The Locals


Thanks for Celebrating with us in Chilliwack
We had a great time celebrating 100 Year of the John Deere tractor with everyone at our Chilliwack Open House!

It was great to share in the history of the tractor, thank you to everyone who lent out their older model tractors to us for the weekend! We can't wait to see what the next 100 years will bring.
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altKamloops Starts Seniors' Day
PrairieCoast equipment Kamloops wants to invite seniors aged 65+ to take advantage of exclusive savings! Join us on the last Thursday of every month to claim your deal. Click below to learn more.
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Show us how you're #GrowingUpDeerealt
Dig out those old photo albums! We want to see how you have grown up with John Deere. Have a picture of you and your grandparents on the old farm? A love story that all started with John Deere? Childhood photos with the ol' John Deere mower? Send us your stories, pictures or videos... we want to see them all!

The prize? Be entered to win a John Deere E110 riding mower. PLUS a chance to be featured in our 2019 calendar.
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altMothers Day Paint Night

You're invited to our first ever Mother's Day Paint Night! Enjoy an evening full of good company, great food, and lively painting instruction.

Your ticket will include all supplies for the night, instruction to help make your painting the best it can be, a glass of wine, and delicious appetizers.

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altPrairie Region Clinics
Are you in the Prairie region and want to join out clinics? We have a variety of clinics such as AMS, beginner and advanced, sprayer and combine clinics. Register on our Events page.
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alt#YearwithDeere April Calendar Winner 2017 
Shout out to Chad Wiebe from La Crete, Alberta. In our 2017 contest #yearwithDeere Chad submitted a photo from harvest 2016. Thanks for submitting your photo Chad! To see all the submissions, check out #yearwithDeere on Instagram.

altGreen Apron Project Lunch Bags
Have you got your Green Apron Project lunch bag yet? For small donation of a minimum of $5 you can purchase a lunch bag in store with 100% going towards the Breakfast Club of Canada in your community. Not sure what the Green Apron Project is? 
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