(Above) Kokanee Ford and Kemlee Equipment staff with the Grey Cup. (Below) Kokanee Ford and Kemlee Equipment owner Darrell Kemle presents a donation to Creston Valley Gleaners Society food bank volunteers Doreen

Creston Kubota dealer, Kemlee Equipment, hosts Grey Cup on annual tour

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Kubota’s 40th annual Grey Cup tour made a stop at Kemlee Equipment last week as it made its way across the country visiting its top dealers of the year.

On Sept. 15, the cup was in Creston, and Kemlee Equipment along with Overwaitea Foods hosted a barbecue during the event, which raised an additional $500 for the Creston Valley Gleaners Society food bank.

Kubota and the CFL team up with Purolator and Kubota Dealers to raise money for local food banks across the country.

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