Polaris contest

Spring Creek Director Josh Park drives his Polaris side-by-side at the base of the Ruby Mountains in this shot from a promotional video posted at ranger.polaris.com.

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SPRING CREEK – Could Spring Creek become known as “Ranger Country USA?”

In commemoration of Polaris’ one-millionth Ranger utility side-by-side vehicle that rolled off the assembly line in Huntsville, Alabama, Polaris is kicking-off the search for “Ranger Country USA” with country music star Jake Owen.

The company stated that its national campaign is designed to celebrate the communities that have helped it reach one-million vehicles built over nearly two decades and become the best-selling utility side-by-side for nine years running.

Polaris is asking consumers nationwide to visit Rangercountryusa.com and vote for the town they believe is most-deserving of the title “Ranger Country USA.”

Spring Creek is competing with Corning, Arkansas; Darlington, Wisconsin; Pinedale, Wyoming; and Stephenville, Texas, five towns that “most embody the hard-working values of Ranger and represent the Ranger Country lifestyle,” according to Polaris.

The website features video profiles devoted to the five towns.

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“We take great pride in manufacturing hard-working products, for hard-working Americans,” said Craig Scanlon, chief marketing officer of polaris. “As we celebrate the one-millionth Ranger milestone, these are the people that deserve to be recognized, because without them, there’s no way this achievement is possible.”

The winning town will receive a “Ranger Country USA” naming celebration hosted by Polaris, and an undisclosed donation. Plus, everyone who casts their vote as a part of the “Ranger Country USA” campaign is automatically entered for the chance to win an all-new 2018 Polaris Ranger XP 1000.

“I’ve been fortunate enough to tour the nation, meeting the hard-working Americans that make up these small towns,” said Owen. “Coming from a small-town myself, these are my people, and to be a part of an initiative recognizing them is incredible.”

For more information about Polaris and “Ranger Country USA”, visit Polaris.com, and follow on Facebook.com/PolarisRangerATV, on Twitter @PolarisORV and @polarisorv on Instagram. To find out more and read the official rules, visit https://rangercountryusa.com.

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