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Learn more about propane-powered equipment at GIE+EXPO

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An industry trade group, OEMs and engine manufacturers will offer propane-specific models and education at the October trade show.

| August 27, 2010

 

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) makes it easy for GIE+EXPO attendees to learn more through a series of OEM-led seminars to be held in PERC’s booth (11198), along with an opportunity to examine propane-fueled equipment. 
 
Attendees can also visit the individual booths of OEMs at the show as well.
 
Mower manufacturers:
  • Ariens/Gravely (booth 7120)
  • Bad Boy (booth 5140)
  • Cub Cadet (booth 5116)
  • Dixie Chopper (booth 7214)
  • Exmark (booth 7094)
  • Ferris Industries (booth 5054)
  • Husqvarna (booth 9094)
  • Scag Power Equipment (booth 7060)
  • Snapper Pro (booth 5054)
Manufacturers of propane-fueled trucks for transporting mowers:
  • GM Fleet and Commercial (booth 5214)
  • Ford Commercial Truck (booth 5104)
Engine manufacturers Kawasaki (booth 1064) and Briggs & Stratton (booth 7104) offer propane-specific engines for appropriate mower models.
 
For more information about the GIE+EXPO show, visit www.gie-expo.com.

 

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