Atlanta, Indiana - Beck’s is pleased to announce the winner of their 2020 Freedom International Sweepstakes is Jim and Ann Stammen of Fort Recovery, Ohio. They received the keys to a 2019 Polaris General and Load Trail Trailer on October 26, 2020.
Atlanta, Indiana – During the 2019 World Forage Analysis Superbowl at the World Dairy Expo in Madison, Wisc., Beck’s CavalryDQ Alfalfa earned second-place honors in the dairy hay category and fifth place in the commercial hay category.
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October 27, 2020
On July 27, Beck’s launched the Freedom International Sweepstakes in an effort to support the discipleship of families both in the Dominican Republic, as well as right here at home in the lives of Beck’s employees, their families, and our community. Over two-and-a-half months, through the kindness of thousands of entrants, more than $31,500 was raised for Freedom International Ministries.
“It is a step of faith to believe that God’s provision is not from a place of getting, but from a heart of giving, I am honored to be able to support this ministry and am thankful for all the wonderful supporters of the Beck Foundation and its causes,” said Shantel Beck.
Freedom International Ministries is a nonprofit organization located in the Dominican Republic. With the help of 36 missionaries, 53 Dominican staff members, interns, and hundreds of short-term team members, Freedom International is working to bring lasting change to Dominican and Haitian families living in the sugarcane villages. They operate the Freedom Christian School and offer camp programs, vacation Bible school, and chapel. All of Freedom’s programs are designed to bring the life-giving gospel of Jesus Christ to children and families in the Dominican Republic and to equip them to, in turn, share the gospel as they live out their purpose and design.
Dr. Jason Hilgeman, Founder of Freedom International said, “Our ultimate desire is to see people glorify the Lord in all areas of life by walking in relationship with the Lord, developing wholesome relationships with others, and using their God-given uniqueness to live for Him. We’re grateful for Beck’s, Indy Power Sports, and others who have donated time and items to help us raise funds for our mission.”
The Sweepstakes winner, Jim Stammen, and his family have been Beck’s seed dealers for 26 years. When notifying Jim that he was the sweepstakes winner, his first response was, “I never win anything, but it pays to be generous and give to people in need,. even if you don’t win. We appreciate that the money is going to a good cause.”
The Freedom International Sweepstakes would not have been possible without the support of Indy Power Sports, Load Trailer, Elevated Integrity Construction, and Beck’s, who donated the Polaris General and Load Trailer. The 2019 Polaris General 1000 featured a 1000cc ProStar Twin Cylinder Engine, with 100 horsepower, 12 in. ground clearance, tip-out glass windshield, electronic power steering, on-demand all-wheel drive/2WD/turf mode, cast wheels, a premium soundbar – 100W with eight speakers and Bluetooth connections, two 3 in. LED rear spotlights, and a 42-in. front LED light bar.
Beck's is the fourth-largest seed brand in the United States, providing high-yielding corn, soybeans, wheat, and elite alfalfa to farmers across Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Mississippi, Ohio, South Dakota, Tennessee, and Wisconsin. Our philosophy is to provide farmers with the most choices in traits and technologies that will perform best on their farm. We're dedicated to using what we know to always do what's right for farmers, which is why we continue to back a quality line of products with a quality way of treating customers, all to ensure they receive the best in seed quality, field performance, and service. To learn more about Beck’s, please visit www.beckshybrids.com. Follow Beck’s Hybrids on Twitter at www.twitter.com/BecksHybrids, like Beck’s Hybrids on Facebook at www.facebook.com/BecksHybrids.
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