Bobcat Company recently donated an 84-inch angle broom attachment to the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation, a local nonprofit organization located in Medora, North Dakota. The attachment will be paired with a Bobcat S185 skid-steer loader to complete a variety of snow removal, landscaping and grounds maintenance projects.
“Bobcat Company and Doosan take great pride in supporting North Dakota and the surrounding communities where our employees work and live,” said Laura Ness Owens, director of marketing for Bobcat Company and Doosan. “We are proud to support non-profit organizations like the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation that help contribute to the state’s success and continue to be a destination for tourists around the world.”
The angle broom attachment has already been used by the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation for a variety of grounds maintenance projects including sweeping the hotel and guest parking lots and sidewalks.
“The generous attachment donation from Bobcat Company is already making a difference,” Justin Fisk, marketing director at the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation, said. “We use our Bobcat S185 skid-steer loader for almost everything and thanks to the angle broom attachment, our operations and four-season clean-up efforts will improve significantly.”
Bobcat Company has had a long history of support of the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation. The company previously donated a S175 skid-steer loader to help with the reconstruction process of the Burning Hills Amphitheatre. The loader enabled the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation to improve Medora for the millions of guests who continue to enjoy it.