The Buckle – ATB Agriculture Celebrates 75 Belt Buckle Winners

ATB is celebrating its 75th anniversary and as a part of that they are sharing some very special memorable belt buckles.

The commemorative limited edition buckles were handcrafted by Alberta native Troy Fisher. Each farmer or rancher was nominated by their regional relationship manager based on their contribution to the local community and agriculture; size, scope or technological advancements – so selecting only 75 was an arduous task.

The buckles are being handed out this week to our winners along with this video which sums up the significance’s it has on Western Culture, especially here in Alberta.

The belt buckle has some a special place in the heart of Westerners.  It represents the culture of the west and the cowboys that settled it.


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