ABI Attachments Signs Dealership Agreement with Equipment & Supply Company
Mishawaka, IN: Last month, ABI Attachments, an innovative ground-engaging attachments company signed a deal with Lawn and Golf Supply Co. allowing the Pennsylvania-based company protected rights to sell the ABI Force in four states. The ABI Force has been available to contractors and Sports Turf professionals since 2012 through ABI’s direct-sales channels. This new venture is an expansion for ABI Attachments and provides Lawn and Golf a wider product portfolio.
Regarding the new partnership with Lawn and Golf, Pat Dowling, Sr. Sales Executive at ABI Attachments says, “We’ve had a long relationship with Lawn and Golf. They saw the potential in the ABI Force when it was first launched and have helped hundreds of contractors save time and money by introducing them to the machine.”
Lawn and Golf Supply Co, founded in 1937, sought out ABI Attachments for the agreement when they began seeing operational advantages of the ABI Force. “We came across the ABI Force Z18 a few years ago while calling on School Districts and Municipalities. We were very impressed with how their sports fields looked and the durability and versatility of the ABI Force,” says Tyler Jeinnings, Inside Sales with the Company.
The ABI Force is industry’s first ever self-propelled zero-turn machine with the ability to laser grade soil surfaces. Jeinnings also commented, “ABI isn’t just used for ballfield maintenance; it allows our golf customers to construct perfect tee boxes. It also gives us the opportunity to call on construction companies or anyone that needs a reliable and affordable laser grader.”
About ABI Attachments: ABI Attachments, Inc. is a manufacturer of innovative ground engaging attachments based in Mishawaka, IN. Founded in 1998, ABI designs, produces, and distributes over five thousand attachments a year to the equine, sports turf, contractor, and property owner markets. ABI Attachments holds over eighteen patents and is the world’s largest manufacturer of equine drags and compact manure spreaders.