Breckinridge County Farm Bureau Local Discounts - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Breckinridge County Farm Bureau Local Discounts

 

AirEvac Lifeteam
48 Private Horde Dr.
Hardinsburg, KY
(270) 580-7285
$10 off annual AirEvac Membership

 

Askins Signs and Graphics
191 Ballpark Rd
Hardinsburg, KY 40143
270-580-2288
10% discount to Farm Bureau Members

 

Brumfield Meats
607 Old Highway 60
Hardinsburg, KY 40143
270-580-4400
5% off $200 purchase

 

Burkmann Feeds
1584 U.S. 60
Hardinsburg, KY 40143
(270) 756-0358
10% off purchase of Muck Boots

 

Dan Powers GM Center
1065 U.S. 60
Hardinsburg, KY
(270) 859-0747
$500 off purchase of a new GM vehicle
*some exclusions may apply

 

Pizza Tonite
72 Lucas Ln
Hardinsburg, KY 40143
(270) 756-6444
Free family order of breadsticks with dine in purchase

 

Wrights Implement
1220 S. Hwy 261
Hardinsburg, KY 40143
Phone:  (270) 756-5152
10% off John Deere Safes

 

 

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