John Deere: The Legend of the Black Gator

The Legendary John Deere Gator™ has been tackling hard work and harsh terrain for more than 25 years. So when the brand was ready to release a special edition all-black Gator™, we didn’t just make an announcement, we created a tale fit for a legend.

“The Legend of the Black Gator” :30 TV

HEADLINE:  Legend has it, a cold blooded beast roams these woods at night.  SUBHEAD:  The Gator™ XUV590M Special Edition  BODY:  Beware, this is a whole different animal. With a one of a kind black exterior, loads of added attachments, and a nearly silent operator station, The Gator™ XUV590M Special Edition shows up without warning and leaves without a trace.  TAG:  Nothing Runs Like A Deere™ | Run With Us  CTA:  Search “John Deere Gator” for more.

HEADLINE:
Legend has it, a cold blooded beast roams these woods at night.
SUBHEAD:
The Gator™ XUV590M Special Edition
BODY:
Beware, this is a whole different animal. With a one of a kind black exterior, loads of added attachments, and a nearly silent operator station, The Gator™ XUV590M Special Edition shows up without warning and leaves without a trace.
TAG:
Nothing Runs Like A Deere™ | Run With Us
CTA:
Search “John Deere Gator” for more.

#GatorSightings  Instagram posts featuring spooky shots of The Black Gator in the wild. Think Bigfoot sightings, but instead of a hairy ape-like creature, it’s a cold blooded beast that’s covered in bony armor from head to tail.   Caption 1:  If you see it’s tracks, you’d better turn back. The Legendary Black Gator was spotted 12 miles north of Colorado Springs on February 3rd, 2019. #GatorSighting   Caption 2:  They say it can run at speeds of up to 50 mph. The Legendary Black Gator was spotted in South Carolina on February 3rd, 2019 at approximately 3am EST. #GatorSighting   Caption 3:  If you see it’s tracks, you’d better turn back. The Legendary Black Gator was spotted 12 miles north of Colorado Springs on February 3rd, 2019. #GatorSighting

#GatorSightings
Instagram posts featuring spooky shots of The Black Gator in the wild. Think Bigfoot sightings, but instead of a hairy ape-like creature, it’s a cold blooded beast that’s covered in bony armor from head to tail.

Caption 1:
If you see it’s tracks, you’d better turn back. The Legendary Black Gator was spotted 12 miles north of Colorado Springs on February 3rd, 2019. #GatorSighting

Caption 2:
They say it can run at speeds of up to 50 mph. The Legendary Black Gator was spotted in South Carolina on February 3rd, 2019 at approximately 3am EST. #GatorSighting

Caption 3:
If you see it’s tracks, you’d better turn back. The Legendary Black Gator was spotted 12 miles north of Colorado Springs on February 3rd, 2019. #GatorSighting