Recently, the Polaris Foundation donated a RANGER XP 900 equipped with several accessories to True Friends.
The RANGER XP 900 has been put to daily use at True Friends’ Camp Courage. From more than seven miles of trails, to the 1.5-mile driveway, 40 buildings and several miles of sidewalks, the staff requires vehicles to travel on-site and work at various locations across the campus.
“The RANGER is being used for every day maintenance projects which range from yard work, to facility set-up, equine projects, and land work,” said Conor McGrath, Director of Camping and Facilities at True Friends. “It has proven to be the perfect solution for Camp Courage, enabling staff to maneuver around campus and tackle multi-person tasks that require hauling equipment. It has been a blessing for towing trailers!”
True Friends plans to phase in the RANGER fleet and utilize as its primary on-site grounds and facility maintenance vehicles.
“This is a great opportunity for RANGER to support a local organization that is fundamentally driven by helping individuals of all abilities Think Outside every day,” said Chris Judson, Polaris employee and True Friends Board Member. “Thank you to the Polaris Foundation, ORV, and PG&A for helping to make this possible!”
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