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Toro offers personalized online service

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Toro Products Online offers online shopping with service and support from a local dealer.

| June 28, 2012

Purchasing a new Toro product is now just a few clicks away, thanks to the launch of www.torodealer.com. While browsing this new e-commerce site representing Toro dealers, you’ll be given the option to purchase everything from trimmers and blowers to walk power mowers and snowblowers – as well as parts and accessories. Or, choose from Toro’s selection of TimeCutter zero turn mowers, available to buy online without ever leaving your home!

By choosing an independent Toro dealer, you get more than great equipment, you get a local resource for advice, parts and service. Toro dealers are experts you can trust. They know Toro products inside and out, and receive ongoing training to keep them on the cutting edge of lawn care.

When you visit www.torodealer.com, simply select a local dealer from your personalized list, and you’ll be shopping in the best of both worlds: online convenience, but with a local retailer connection. Keeping your money local is more than a trend. It gives you the opportunity to support your hometown economy, while receiving personal service and an unbeatable product selection.

When purchasing online, most Toro products are shipped directly to your door. Larger items, such as TimeCutter zero turn mowers, are delivered by the local dealer of your choice.

For a dependable outdoor power equipment resource in your own backyard, visit Toro’s new online store at www.ToroDealer.com.
 

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