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Know a volunteer hero? Celebrate them with Kubota and the CHL

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Kubota and the Canadian Hockey League want to recognize local heroes with donations to community initiatives. Kubota Canada

There are heroes in every city and town who go out of their way to improve life for their communities and their neighbours. Kubota and the Canadian Hockey League have partnered to recognize these people with the Community Hero program.

In a survey recently conducted by Kubota and the CHL, nearly half of the Canadians asked said they contributed to their communities in some manner, whether through financial donations or volunteer work. Why? Those who were active participants in their communities said that it makes them feel good. What was needed to get even more active, they suggested, was leadership and organizers who can guide those community efforts.

Kubota, through its 135 local dealers, and the 52 Canadian CHL teams are deeply rooted in their communities across the country. The Community Hero program is aimed at recognizing the dedicated leaders and volunteers who go above and beyond to help build a sense of belonging and community.

Canadians are invited to nominate a hero in their community through the 2022 nomination form available online at Kubota.ca/communityhero through November 6. Three winners will be announced on December 9, and a donation of $25,000 along with two of $5,000 will be made supporting Canadian communities through the community initiatives selected by the winners. Each winner will also be recognized through a game night celebration with their local CHL team.

Kubota's Community Hero program has received more than 700 nominations and recognized 10 winners through the past four years.

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