pink polarisPolaris Industries has announced that they have donated a custom pink RZR XP 1000 to the American Cancer Society as part of their Making Strides Against Breast Cancer campaign in the Midwest.

This is completely awesome. Not just the RZR itself, but the fact that Polaris has generously joined the fight against cancer. Most of us are in a position to help in some way, whether it be donations, volunteering, or fundraisers such as these. Even the smallest contribution adds up.

This RZR is totally unique. You will not find another like it. Know anyone who likes pink? We do! Valued at approximately $32,000, it has many custom features, including custom brush guards, Polaris Pro HD 4500 LB Winch, MTX Audio Kit, 35-inch LED Light Bar, performance seats, HEXLR 15” Titanium rims with Kanati Mongrel Tires, a custom pink graphics package and much more! It will be raffled off at the American Cancer Society’s Legacy Ball, at the Minneapolis Depot, on October 25, 2014. You will not only have a chance to own this super sweet vehicle; you can help bring us one step closer to curing this horrible disease.

Several events this fall lead up to the Legacy Ball where you can check out the vehicle and purchase raffle tickets ($20 each), all through the state of Minnesota:

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Kick-off – DoubleTree , Bloomington, Aug. 13.

Minnesota State Fair – Aug. 21-Sept. 1

Hay Days – North Branch, Sept. 6-7

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer – Duluth, Sept. 27

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer – Lake Nokomis, Minneapolis, Oct. 11

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer – St. Cloud, Oct. 18

Legacy Ball – The Depot, Minneapolis, Oct. 25

Last year, nearly 2,000Making Strides Against Breast Cancer participants raised more than $250,000 in Minneapolis alone for the American Cancer Society to support breast cancer research, offer free patient/caregiver services, provide in-depth cancer information, and make sure all women have access to care.

“Too many of us have been affected by cancer, whether through a personal battle or an afflicted neighbor, co-worker or family member,” said Scott Wine, Polaris’ Chairman and Chief Executive Officer.  “The American Cancer Society works tirelessly toward the eradication of this dreaded disease, and we hope that, through this donation, we can help them raise the funds needed to continue this noble fight.”

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