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FREE Stuff from Gravely/Ariens

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Eng Mwr Guy, Jan 11, 2002.

  1. Eng Mwr Guy

    Eng Mwr Guy Gravely Manufacturer
    Posts: 249

    Seeing as how I have been asked about "deals" I thought I would offer qualified people to be put on a special mailing list that will be giving giveaway's upon demoing machines at a Gravely dealership.

    You must have a Gravely dealer nearby that you like and would consider having a long-term relationship with.

    You must be a full-time landscaper.

    Please e-mail me your name(need to be the owner please), business name, address, city, state, zip, phone, and fax and I will get you on a special list to receive a special offer. It will require a visit to a Gravely dealer.

    Sorry I couldn't get any better stuff for you guys/gals. You deserve it in my opinion.


    Gravely: Helping Landscapers like you since 1915
  2. 65hoss

    65hoss LawnSite Fanatic
    Posts: 6,360

    Excellent. My newest exmark dealer is also a very very long term Gravely dealer also. I think the old man has been around since the 1st Gravely.:p
  3. MOW ED

    MOW ED LawnSite Fanatic
    Posts: 5,028

    Are my odds better if I just drive down and visit the factory.:D
  4. About ten years ago I was in Huntington at a Gravely repair shop. The man there had a display that he said had been the display in the front office of the original factory in Dunbar West Virginia.

    It was a walk behind that had 1/4 of it cut away to reveal the inner workings. All the cut surfaces had been chromed. It looked very well built. I thought it was a new model, but he said it was a very old display.

    I can remember when you weren't considered a serious commercial cutter if you didn't operate a Gravely.


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