Nashville, United States: The State of Tennessee has approved a state-wide multi-year contract for Toro Outdoor Maintenance Equipment and Utility Vehicles, Club Car Utility Vehicles and 1st Products/AERA-vators for use by all state agencies, local governmental entities, private non-profit institutions of higher education and other authorised users.
The contract was approved with start/end dates of March 16, 2015 through March 15, 2017.
The agreement provides the state agencies of Tennessee competitive pricing on the entire portfolio of Toro Grounds Maintenance Equipment and Utility Vehicles, Club Car Light Duty Utility Vehicles, and 1st Product Aeravators, Verticutters, Slicers and Seeders.
Steve Smith, President of Smith Turf & Irrigation, said: “The contract for the State of Tennessee is an exciting channel through which we can provide top-quality equipment all backed by our nationally recognised service team.
“We look forward to partnering with Tennessee state, municipal and other authorised non-profit agencies to deliver outstanding products and resources to help them maintain and enhance their respective green areas and spaces.
“It’s a wonderful opportunity for Tennessee industry professionals to take advantage of the very best in outdoor maintenance equipment and utility vehicles.”
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