Bad Boy Mowers announced that its high performance product line will include compact tractors. In partnership with Kukje Machinery Co., the company will now sell sub-compact and compact tractors at Bad Boy Mowers dealerships throughout the country. The new product line is expected to hit retailers by 2021.
“Our partnership with Kukje Machinery Co. is a strategic partnership that continues our growth strategy in the professional market” said Phil Pulley, CEO of Bad Boy Mowers. “Designed with commercial customers and property owners in mind, our new Bad Boy Tractors will deliver all the performance customers demand from their utility tractor in a compact, easy-to-use package.”
The new product line will feature tractors ranging from 22-35HP. Each of the new products will be assembled in the U.S., include a full six-year Power-train Warranty and incorporate Bad Boy Mowers’ widely recognized strength, quality and innovation.
“We’re bringing all our Bad Boy attitude to a great lineup of tractors that perfectly complements our tough, all star commercial grade zero turn mowers through an exceptional dealer network,” said Lennie Foree, director of Marketing for Bad Boy Mowers. “Our patented innovations continue to set the standard for accessibility, comfort and quality. With this new product line and history as our guide, the best is well ahead of us.”
By adding the new product line, Bad Boy dealers will be able to diversify their offerings to new and existing customers, ultimately increasing revenue. Bad Boy Mowers customers will also benefit as the Kukje partnership delivers economies of scale through increased purchasing power, reduced costs, and lower overhead.
“From concept to creation, the new product line has been designed to meet the performance demands of our customers,” Foree said. “As we always do, Bad Boy Mowers will offer the very best sub-compact and compact tractor available at the best value.”
Bad Boy Mowers, located in the heart of the Ozark Mountains, in Batesville, Arkansas, is currently celebrating its 18th year of business.