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Sarlo celebrates 75 years of family business

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The Sarlo family has been manufacturing their trademark lawn mowers in Fort Myers since 1935.

| March 8, 2010

FORT MYERS, Fla. – Sarlo Power Mowers is celebrating its 75th year of continuous family ownership and operation. 
 
The Sarlo family has been manufacturing their trademark lawn mowers in Fort Myers since 1935. The company is the oldest lawn mower manufacturer in the United States under single ownership, and is Briggs and Stratton's oldest continuous customer.  
 
“Through four generations we have remained unique among our competition, distinguished by our craftsmanship, quality components and durability. We can thank our loyal dealers and customers for the success of our company,” says Tony Sarlo, third-generation president.
 
The Sarlo family operates their flagship retail store and manufacturing plant in Fort Myers, with additional stores in Naples and Bonita Springs. Sarlo lawn mowers are sold by dealers throughout the world. 

 

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