"Great Dane feels an obligation to participate in the safety and well-being of all our neighbors," Great Dane's Brazil facility Plant Manager Gary Parker said. "We agree with local officials that a tornado siren is crucial in preventing the loss of lives when dangerous weather threatens the town."
Great Dane is also located in the service area of the warning signal.
In August, the Harmony Town Council approved the purchase of the town's first tornado siren at a cost of $21,646.
A federal grant will fund a portion of the cost, but the council has requested donations from local businesses to help with the remaining balance.
In an effort to help relieve the residents of Harmony from the cost of the siren, Great Dane Trailers pledged to match a portion of all other public funds toward the cost.
"We've all watched communities pull together to rebuild after natural disasters and we've seen the emotional and financial toll it takes on people," Parker said. "The cost of this weather siren pales in comparison. We urge other local businesses to work together in advance of an emergency by making a monetary donation toward a siren that could save lives in the future."