Farmer J.’s World Record Corn Maze, located in Dundee Michigan, is excited to announce that 100%
of the 2012 proceeds will be donated to select Veteran groups. The monetary focus will be on the
wounded warriors who sacrifice so much for the freedoms all citizens in America enjoy.
If you have ever been to Farmer J.’s World Record Corn Maze, you will know that there are special
pictorial designs with miles of trail for visitors to have fun getting lost in. (Check out the website
www.cornmazefun.net to see the previous 11 year’s maze.) The 2012 donation year includes 30 acres
of corn that are carved out to depict the Purple Heart, the Soldiers at Iwojima, and the American
eagle. Visitors are challenged to locate the 18 checkpoints (daytime or night) that are carefully hidden
throughout the 10.5 miles of trail. For this important donation year, several local businesses have
committed to supporting the U.S. military men and women by sponsoring the individual checkpoints.
These businesses have also offered special incentives for Farmer J.’s World Record Corn Maze
customers. Farmer J’s World Record Corn Maze is proud to announce the following businesses
as sponsor partners this year: Silver Bells, Ayres Insurance, Greenstone Farm Credit Services, Sieb
Plumbing and Heating, The Andersons, Tiffany Pizza/Dundee, Gabe’s Place Coney Island, Mazeplay,
Edward Jones Financial, Golden Booty Tanning, Diuble Equipment, Inc., Salenbien Excavating, J & L
Motor Sports, Country Corn Maze, and Sexy Pheasant Hunting Preserve.
Lyle Jaworski, proprietor of Farmer J.’s World Record Corn Maze for 12 years, made the decision to
use his 2012 corn maze business as a vehicle to support the American troops. “After hearing about the
injuries of 25 year old Army Sergeant Travis Mills, I resolved to contribute to the American soldiers who
sacrifice all.” said Jaworski. In April of this year, Sergeant Mills tragically became a quadruple amputee
while serving on his third tour in Afghanistan. This young husband and father is currently recovering
and is involved with physical therapy in the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda,
Maryland. See Travis’s website to find out more about his amazing story and what a true hero he is.
Another inspiring story of true commitment to supporting the wounded warriors is the organization
known as Sew Much Comfort. The people who run this establishment provide hand sewn adaptive
clothing at no cost for wounded men and women. “It is exciting to me to find out that 92% of the
money donated to this charity goes directly for the product and delivery to wounded soldiers. I like
knowing that the money I can raise will be used immediately to help these men and women who have
served and sacrificed,” comments Jaworski. Investigate more about this important group of volunteers
who sew, label, package, and deliver adaptive garments to soldiers in need. www.sewmuchcomfort.org
For more information about this special year at Farmer J.’s World Record Corn Maze, call (734)216-2278.
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