It’s a pair of Gravely ZTRs for county after request

Is your dealership dialed in with local government agencies to serve their equipment needs? The mcalesternews.com in Oklahoma reports that “an agreement between the Pittsburg County Sheriff’s Office and the county treasurer’s office has led to two new zero-turn mowers becoming available for county jail trusty inmates to use when cutting grass.”

The mowers are to be used to for the mowing of county-owned property attained through tax liens for resale. The sheriff has agreed to supply inmate labor.

KC Farm Machinery Inc. (dba Key Equipment) in McAlester earned the business. The 30-year-old dealership will supply a 2020 Gravely 2T HD 60 and HD 52.

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