RC Mowers, makers of remote-operated robotic mowers, believes there is nothing like seeing its mowers in-person and in-action to convince prospects they need one. The company’s sales team has been traveling on an extensive “Great American Road Show” across the U.S. this summer to meet commercial landscapers, public works departments and other potential customers. The response and related sales of its remote-operated robotic mowers – which are targeted at mowing steep slopes, difficult terrain and other hazardous landscapes – has been tremendous, RC Mowers reports.
“We have thoroughly enjoyed talking with the thousands of people we have met on the road trip, both learning more about their needs and sharing how our remote-operated robotic mowers can enhance their businesses and organizations,” says Tim Kubista, VP of sales and marketing for RC Mowers. “We are extremely pleased by their positive reaction to our mowers and the sales we have earned. Side by side with our vast US dealer network, we look forward to working with these new customers mowing forward.”
To date, RC Mowers has visited more than 30 cities in 2021, from Houston, Texas, to Harrisburg, Virginia, and Cincinnati, Ohio. The company will be traveling to at least 10 more cities before the end of the year, including Seattle, Washington, and Portland, Oregon. A typical event on the road show includes demonstrations of its tracked mowers on steep slopes of up to 50 degrees, along a retention pond, cutting 2-inch brush, on wet and muddy land, and more.
Upcoming dates for the RC Mowers Great American Road Show include (some exact dates yet to be announced):
- Fort Wayne, Indiana – September 14
- Indianapolis, Indiana – September 15
- Evansville, Indiana – September 16
- Knoxville, Tennessee – September 17
- Chicago, Illinois – October 5
- Des Moines, Iowa – October
- Burnsville, Minnesota – October
- Waukesha, Wisconsin – October
- Madison, Wisconsin – October
- Green Bay, Wisconsin – October
- Portland, Oregon – November
- Seattle, Washington – November
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