Category: Featured Article

PET Readers Rejoice! 50% Off GIE+EXPO

Monday, August 20, 2018

Power Equipment Trade is offering its readers an exclusive 50% discount on the registration cost for GIE+EXPO 2018, set for October 17-19 at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville. This discount is available through October 14. Click here to register for GIE+EXPO at 50% off today, compliments of PET! Power equipment dealer features at GIE+EXPO…


Greenworks Hosts Open House, Showcases Robust Lineup

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Nestled just outside of Charlotte, NC Greenworks Tools North American headquarters is impressive. Mooresville, NC provides the perfect backdrop for industry veterans that fill the converted historic cotton gin-turned battery-powered think tank. The move to the new space, complete with a state-of-the-art video conferencing room, happened in 2016 when the Greenworks Group made the decision…


EETC Votes For Online Testing

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

The Equipment and Engine Training Council (EETC) held its 22nd Annual Conference April 11-14 at the Hotel at Auburn University & Dixon Conference Center in Auburn, Ala. A non-profit organization dedicated to offering a wide array of training resources to current and potential power equipment technicians, and a certification testing system for service technicians in…


OEMs, Dealers Commit To Service Info

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

In early February, The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) joined the Equipment Dealers Association (EDA) in making a joint industry commitment to provide comprehensive service information tools to end users of farm equipment for tractors and combines in model year 2021. EDA and AEM’s Ag Sector Board released a Statement of Principles affirming a commitment…


Brothers Build Neat Antique Saw, Outboard Collection

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Located just across the bay from downtown Astoria, Ore., Clatsop Power Equipment, the cover story for PET’s December 2017 issue, has been a local lawn and garden power equipment fixture for 31 years after owner Fred Mestrich opened his shop at the Miles Crossing Hwy. 101 intersection in 1986. Northwest Oregon is a beautiful part…


Family Keeps Tradition Alive

Friday, October 27, 2017

Bryan Rottier and Steve and Barb Nohr follow in the footsteps of Barb’s parents selling quality products in their Wisconsin town. De Pere, Wis. By Jessica Johnson For 58 of the 63 years Ambrosius Outdoor Power has been in business, they’ve been Ariens dealers. Co-Owner/Operator Barb (Ambrosius) Nohr says that she remembers when her father,…