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Old 03-02-2009, 02:29 PM
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Wright Stand On Mowers are classified as a "Perfect 10"

In an industry where users have an abundance of choices, we are proud to be called a "Perfect 10" by some LCO's!

See pages 122-123 in February's issue of Lawn and Landscape Magazine or click on this link http://lawnandlandscape.texterity.co...dscape/200902/ to read the article in which Brian Ulsh, owner and CEO of Lawn Barber, raves about Wright's stand on mowers.
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Old 03-02-2009, 02:33 PM
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Read the article already, he's only using Wright Standers. Kinda one sided But good for Wright


If I had more cookie cutter size yards, and hills that a Midmount or Walker could not handle I would consider a Stander to replace my 36" Walkbehind.




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In an industry where users have an abundance of choices, we are proud to be called a "Perfect 10" by some LCO's!

See pages 122-123 in February's issue of Lawn and Landscape Magazine or click on this link http://lawnandlandscape.texterity.co...dscape/200902/ to read the article in which Brian Ulsh, owner and CEO of Lawn Barber, raves about Wright's stand on mowers.

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