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Field test a Snapper Pro mower

Discussion in 'LawnSite.com/TURF Magazine e-Reports' started by TurfEditor, Nov 18, 2008.

  1. TurfEditor

    TurfEditor Group Publisher
    Messages: 135

    Hi guys -

    Snapper Pro would like someone in the South who will be still cutting throughout the winter to test their new S200x

    check it out here:

    Please e-mail your interest to me at:

    Do not just leave a message here.

    In your e-mail, please be sure to include you name, your company's name, address and phone number and tell me a sentence or two about your company -- how many employees or crews; what kind of work you do, etc.
    (Please follow these simple guidelines. Lots of people e-mail me with something like: "I'd like to give it a shot. Let me know. -- Bill"
    I will not respond to such e-mails anymore.)

    You take delivery/pick up the mower. Use if for a couple of weeks. Take a few pictures and write up 1000 words or so on what you think. Simple.

    David C
  2. QualityLawnCare4u

    QualityLawnCare4u LawnSite Gold Member
    Messages: 3,758

    I would like to field test one as my dealer will barely let you drive one around the parking lot! I was interested in one.
  3. TurfEditor

    TurfEditor Group Publisher
    Messages: 135

    Still looking for a tester for this mower in the south

    Those who have emailed me have 1) not given full info , and 2) not responded when asked for full info.
  4. Bass1

    Bass1 LawnSite Member
    Messages: 65

    E-mail sent !!
  5. lawnmastersoftyler

    lawnmastersoftyler LawnSite Member
    Messages: 29

    I also sent you an email Dave, Hope it's not too late. I just came across your post.:hammerhead:
  6. lawnmastersoftyler

    lawnmastersoftyler LawnSite Member
    Messages: 29

    BTW I have several lawn That are overseeded with winter rye grass and therefore mowed year-round.

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