Champion Seed Scores Western Series in Partnership with Lucas Oil Pro Pulling League

Ellsworth, Iowa (January 30, 2017) - Champion Seed has become the title sponsor of the Lucas Oil Pro-Pulling League's Western Series. Champion Seed co-owner Seth Hill announced the partnership with the league today.

Champion Seed is the fastest-growing independent seed company in Iowa and has recently expanded providing high-performing seed products in neighboring Nebraska and Missouri.

The company is known for consistently strong seed corn and soybean products offering both conventional seed and the latest, most innovative, technology platforms and traits.

According to Seth Hill, Champion Seed co-owner, "The partnership with the Lucas Oil Pro-Pulling League is perfectly aligned with our brand. Champion Seed is all about strong performance in the field and we're excited to sponsor this premier performance-focused demonstration of determination, innovation and strength. We feel it's a great fit. We're about finishing stronger year after year and this sport is the perfect metaphor for that."

Since 2005, the Lucas Oil Pro-Pulling League has taken the sport of truck and tractor pulling to new heights. The organization has 12 different member state organizations with more than 1,000 competing members and holds more than 300 events annually nationwide covered by CBS, NBC Sports and MAVTV.

About Champion Seed:

Co-owned by Seth Hill and Brett Hodnefield, Champion Seed of Iowa, based in Ellsworth Iowa, has been offering farmers premium performing seed corn and soybean products for more than a decade. The company's young, energetic and progressive leadership team marries a deep respect for the culture and heritage of agriculture with an understanding of the role data and technology play in winning on-farm season after season. For more information, visit championseedofiowa.com.

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