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Kioti Tractor donates 10K masks to frontline workers

July 17, 2020 -  By

Kioti Tractor donated 10,000 N-95 masks as well as a K9 2440 utility vehicle to UNC REX Healthcare, located near Kioti’s U.S. headquarters in North Carolina.

“Kioti Tractor has a long history of giving back to those in our community who need it most,” said Peter Dong-Kyun Kim, president and CEO of Daedong-USA, Kioti Tractor Division. “We’re proud to support the health care workers risking their lives on the front line every day to care for North Carolinians throughout this pandemic. We’re uniquely equipped as a company to provide power equipment that will help keep UNC REX running smoothly.”

Past Kioti Tractor community initiatives include the donation of equipment customized for accessibility to a veteran in need, as well as partnering with the Carolina Hurricanes NHL team to support a local nonprofit working to combat hunger.

The mask initiative was introduced by the executive team of Kioti Tractor and fully supported by employees and matched by the company. Employees, agency partners and company leadership contributed donations to purchase and deliver the masks.

“Our health care workers and health systems have given so much these past few months, and we wanted to do something meaningful to assist,” said Anna Kim, COO of Daedong-USA. “Giving back to our community has always been a priority at Kioti Tractor, and helping ensure a continual supply of personal protective equipment plus donating a Kioti utility vehicle made sense — for today and for the future.”

In addition to Kioti, employees and leadership from the company’s agency partners — Baldwin& and Eckel & Vaughan — also donated to the cause.

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