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Ahmed Hassan teams with Shindaiwa

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The former TV host will become the face of the outdoor equipment manufacturer.

| February 17, 2013

CHICAGO – Beginning with the upcoming Shindaiwa Fleet Week Event, celebrity landscaper Ahmed Hassan becomes the face of the Shindaiwa brand. Hassan is a professional landscaper and former host of popular television shows offering landscaping and gardening tips.

“As a professional landscaper, I understand how important your tool arsenal is,” Hassan said. “Shindaiwa outdoor power equipment is used by professionals because of its legendary durability and performance. I know from first hand use. And for those discerning homeowners who want to give it a try, all units come with a “7 Day Money Back Guarantee” and a five year consumer warranty. If the equipment doesn’t live up to your expectations, you have seven days to return it to your dealer for a full refund, no questions asked.”

The upcoming Shindaiwa Fleet Week Event has 20 percent savings off MSRP on units and accessories during a two week promotional window running Feb. 25 through March 9, 2013. And during Fleet Week, customers can combine instant store rebates for the new EB508RT backpack blower with the Fleet Week discount.

For additional information, please visit www.shindaiwa-usa.com/fleetweek.
 

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