EETC Train The Trainer Workshops

Train the trainer workshops from EETC are back for 2022, with two just announced: July 12-14 and July 19-21 in North Carolina. Each workshop is limited 16 attendees, and pre-registration is…

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GIE+EXPO Came Back With A Vengeance

With impressive attendance numbers, GIE+EXPO returned in person to Louisville, Ky. at the end of October and saw an increase over attendance numbers in 2019 and 2018. The 23,922 came from all segments of the power equipment and lawn and garden industry to see…

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Update From Gravely: Pro-Turn EV Mower

At GIE+EXPO 2021, Gravely rolled out new enhancements for the Pro-Turn EV that increase its grass cutting power and diagnostic abilities. FusionCore, Gravely’s new battery technology for…

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December 2021

December 2021

COVER STORY- Chicagoland Dealer Looks Forward - ELGIN, Illinois – The year 2020 marked Russo Power’s half-century anniversary for the family-owned and operated retailer. Since 1970, Russo has evolved from a hardware heritage to a multi-location company specializing in...

October 2021

October 2021

COVER STORY- The Power Shop Grows Through The Pandemic - FORDS PRAIRIE, Washington – Family owned and operated, The Power Shop is a long-established business that continues to adapt to the new “normal” of operating a business under pandemic conditions as the store...

August 2021

August 2021

COVER STORY- A Tale As Old As Time: Customer Service Sells - CORTLAND, New York – Tim Law is the kind of guy the industry currently can’t stop talking about. He’s under 40. He knows how to fix a machine, and he loves selling tractors. He and his brother Eric, who’s...