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Posted by Green Fun Store on 8/18/2010
According to a recent report from Pennsylvania's Press Enterprise newspaper, a couple recently got married in ceremonies that featured John Deere tractors and the company's classic green and gold colors. Candy Duke and Todd Nevel tied the knot, which was the culmination of a relationship that started more than nine years ago.
Recently, Duke gave Nevel an antique John Deere tractor as a gift. And, for the ceremony, the two got married next to it after the groom had it restored. He did so in honor of his father, who had a large toy tractor collection.
Along with giving Nevel the gift, Duke took a John Deere shirt in to a local store to make sure her bridesmaids' dresses had the appropriate green-and-gold pattern. Her own dress also featured the company's colors.
John Deere tractors have often been a part of family histories as generations pass on the love for the company's machinery.