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GIE+EXPO Show Coverage

Wright Mfg. highlights what they will have for you to try out in the demo area at the 2013 GIE+EXPO.

| September 10, 2013

GIE+EXPO’s demo area gives you a chance to get hands-on experience with the latest and greatest from manufacturers, so you can test out different models and find what’s best for you. Wright Manufacturing will be one of the companies showcasing their mowers. Lawn & Landscape caught up with them to find out more.

What will the company have on offer at demo area this year?

We will be launching our newest stander, the Stander Intensity, which is an extra compact stand-on that boasts versatility and efficiency and delivers outstanding results.

What makes the demo area such an important part of GIE+EXPO?

Product demonstration is a critical element in equipment sales. While a demo affords the dealers and end users an opportunity to actually try out a product, it also gives us as the manufacturer the chance to answer questions on the spot about the care and operation of our products.

How can an attendee best take advantage of his time at the demo area?

Since we offer a full line of mowers, this would be the best time for an attendee to test the differences between our models. We will have all 11 models with us in our demo area: Stander, Stander I, Stander RH, Stander X, Stander ZK, Sport RH, Sport X, Wright Z, Wright ZTO, Velke Gear Drive Walk-Behind, and Velke Hydro Walk-Behind. Depending on a contractor’s need, each of our mowers has a variety of features that the contractor can benefit from. Our qualified staff will be there to explain the differences between the models and their features and can answer any questions that might arise in the process. So by actually test driving the different models, it is the perfect way for a contractor to decide which unit might work best for his/her mowing needs.

What should he do to prepare?

It’s always best to do a little homework beforehand. Understanding the differences between our models is a good place to start. Our full line can be found on our website (www.wrightmfg.com) and again, we are bringing all models with us to GIE+EXPO, where contractors can demo each unit and bring any and all questions they might have.

 

 

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