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Toro launches mobile website for landscape contractors

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The new site features a current, hourly and 10-day forecast, plus weather radar.

| December 17, 2012

BLOOMINGTON, Minn. – Access information from anywhere with Toro's new mobile website, m.toro.com/LCE, specifically designed for professional landscape contractors to work on smart phones. The new site features a current, hourly, and 10-day forecast, plus weather radar, parts and product information, dealer locator with maps and distances, Toro highlights and special offers, as well as operator training and safety tips.

“Smart phones and tablets play an increasing role in the way landscape contractors run their business,” says Ross Hawley, marketing manager for Toro. “Our customers want easy access to information that keeps their crews working in the field, instead of sitting behind a computer screen. Our new mobile site will deliver that information in an easy-to-read format. There's already a lot of great information on the mobile site,” he reveals, “and we plan to continue making additions based on the needs of contractors.”

The new Toro mobile website is not an app, so there is no need to access the app store to download updates. As Toro continues to enhance the features of the website, those updates will be instantly available to the site's users. The easiest way to access the Toro mobile website is by bookmarking it on the home screen of a smart phone.
 

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