Inland Delivers CASE TR340B to Honour Ranch

This fall, the Inland Kamloops team proudly delivered a new CASE TR340B compact track loader to Honour Ranch. This valuable retreat supports members of the Canadian Armed Forces, Veterans, and Emergency Services Personnel, as well as their families, who are dealing with operational stress injuries such as anxiety, depression, and PTSD.

Located 10 kilometers south of Ashcroft, B.C., Honour Ranch, managed by Honour House Society, approached Inland for a used machine in preparation for winter. Operating without direct funding, the ranch relies exclusively on donations and fundraising for its expenses. Acknowledging their financial limitations, Inland and CASE worked together to provide a new TR340B that met their budgetary needs. This acquisition included various attachments, including a bale spear, snow blade, pallet forks, and a snow bucket. Rob Gardner and the Kamloops team at Inland oversaw the procurement and delivery.

“We were delighted to partner with CASE to support Honour Ranch in expanding their maintenance fleet,” stated Corey Timms, Director of Construction Sales at Inland. “They already do exemplary work maintaining the ranch, and we hope the new CASE TR340B will make their job even more manageable.”

Inland began supporting Honour House Society in early 2023 with the initiation of Project Courage, a joint effort with Link-Belt Excavators. Among other various fundraising initiatives, Inland also donates $250 to Honour House Society for each Link-Belt machine sold. So far this year, Inland, Link-Belt and numerous contributing partners have generated over $100,000 in support of this vital organization.

“Partnerships like the one we maintain with Inland help us keep our operating costs at a minimum, allowing us to continue offering this essential service to veterans, emergency personnel, and their families,” remarked Allan De Genova, President of Honour House Society. “We never want to turn anyone away.”

This year, Inland also hosted the Tour of Honour awareness campaign by Honour House Society as it traveled through B.C. Additionally, the Inland team visited the ranch in April 2023 to perform a day of brush cleanup ahead of the wildfire season.

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