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The company received a 2014 Dealers Choice Award from NAEDA

| April 10, 2014

The 2014 North American Equipment Dealers Association (NAEDA) has announced the recipients of its 2014 Dealer’s Choice Awards. Scag Power Equipment (Mayville, Wis.) was rated number one in the Outdoor Power Equipment category and is the recipient of the 2014 Dealers Choice Award in this category. According to NAEDA, the Dealer’s Choice Award is designed to recognize those manufacturers who, in the eyes of the dealers, are doing an exceptional job of providing them with top-quality products, parts, services and support.

The Dealer’s Choice Awards are determined from results of dealer evaluation data collected from the association’s annual Dealer Manufacturer Relations Survey. The survey asks dealers to evaluate the companies whose products they sell in key areas correlated to a dealer’s operational model. As a result of their top ranking, Scag will be recognized in the feature story of the April issue of Equipment Dealer magazine.

John Crowson, President of Scag Power Equipment, said, “We are grateful to receive these outstanding ratings from our dealers. In this survey, Scag is a leader in the outdoor power equipment industry. However, as good as we are, we can always be better, and that will continue to be our goal. I am proud of what our team has accomplished together through the years, and our Scag dealers are a key element of that team.”
 

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