McCoy Group companies raise more than $10,000 for children's hospitals

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The McCoy Group companies — McCoy Construction & Forestry, Truck Country and Stoops Freightliner-Western Star — raised more than $10,000 for children's hospitals in Wisconsin and Michigan, the company announced Friday. 

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The company raised $10,045 during the Log A Load for Kids program at the Great Lakes Logging & Heavy Equipment Expo in Escanaba, Michigan. McCoy Group raised money by collecting donations in exchange for raffle tickets for a four-wheeler, John Deere gun safe and child-size John Deere all-terrain vehicles. 

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Log A Load is supported by the Great Lakes Timber Professionals Association. It benefits hospitals that are part of the Children's Miracle Network in Wisconsin and Michigan. Annually, Log A Load collects more than $2 million through golf tournaments, fishing events, dinners, log sale donations and other events. 

Since 2021, McCoy Group has raised more than $40,000 for Log A Load. The McCoy Group is the parent company for six subsidiaries owned and operated by the McCoy family. They are: Truck Country, Stoops Freightliner-Western Star, Stoops Trailers, Foodliner, Quest Liner, and McCoy Construction & Forestry. 

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