STURGIS, S.D. – Rider volunteers joined in when the Craftsman Make A Difference Tour rolled its 36-foot trailer filled with the latest Craftsman tools into town this week to make repairs to the Sturgis Veterans’ Club, including plumbing and electrical work, bathroom renovations, landscaping, painting and more.
The Craftsman brand united more than 50 volunteers from the local HOG, Craftsman Club, and the American Legion to roll up their sleeves to give back to the rally’s host city. Craftsman also pledged to donate $10,000 to tour cosponsors nonprofit Rebuilding Together through Sears Heroes at Home, a program to support military service members and their families by helping with military veteran home renovation projects.
For photos, video and more information on the Sturgis Veterans’ Center renovation, click here.
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Posted by Holly Wagner