This project takes place at the Dairyland Supernational Truck and Tractor Pull in Tomah, Wisconsin, in June each year. The Tomah Tractor Pull draws approximately 60,000 people, and it is attended by individual of all ages. The high level of noise at the tractor pull puts all attendants and participants at risk for permanent hearing loss. Further, many individuals at the tractor pull have occupational or recreational backgrounds that place them at ongoing risk for noise-induced permanent hearing loss, such as farming, machine work, mechanical work, and hunting. A hearing conservation program at the tractor pull will help prevent permanent hearing loss in a large-number of at-risk individuals.