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Central Turf & Irrigation Supply partners with Hunter

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The distributor will promote water saving products to irrigation professionals during Smart Irrigation Month.

| July 12, 2013

ELMSFORD, N.Y. – Central Turf & Irrigation Supply, a smart irrigation products and landscaping solutions supplier, has partnered with Hunter Industries as part of their participation in the Irrigation Association 2013 Smart Irrigation Month Competition.

Central serves thousands of irrigation professionals in the United States and Canada, and will leverage its customer base to promote the importance using water saving products. “Last year, we promoted an EPA WaterSense Partner Program membership drive, and got great feedback from our customers. This year we want to directly influence the products our customers use by giving them incentives to be responsible water stewards,” said Central Turf and Irrigation Supply president and CEO Bernardo Luciano.

This is also the first time that the nationwide distributor is partnering with a manufacturer in order to promote an environmentally friendly goal. “Being an environmentally conscious company is the direction that our brand will take as we grow to more locations across the US,” said marketing manager, Isaac Mathew.

The company intends to use its expansive influence to help fight against water waste. Central Turf and Irrigation Supply will host several Hunter Industries smart irrigation product promotions across the month of July, including giving away a free Hunter Roam XL on Hunter commercial product orders of more than $3,000.
 

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