Gaffney, SC (PRWEB) June 15, 2012
In an effort to offer a wider selection of quality lawn maintenance equipment, Cherokee Small Engine, a South Carolina provider of lawn equipment and repair services, recently added the Gravely mower line to the list of products that they sell. By offering Gravely mowers, Cherokee Small Engine will be able to provide customers with affordable used and new lawn mowers from a manufacturer that has a proven track record.
Gravely began offering commercial and residential lawn mowers in 1916. Today the Gravely line has broadened to include a variety of models, including riding lawn mowers, walk-behind mowers, stand on mowers and a complete line of "chore finishers", including an edger, blower, log splitter and brush cutter. In 1982, the Ariens Company purchased Gravely to expand its commercial lawn mower line and focus on improved engineering for greater durability and performance.
"Ben Gravely not only invented a revolutionary product, he built a brand that changed the way people worked and helped improve their lives," said Dan Ariens, owner and CEO of Ariens Company. "Today, the engineers at Ariens Company continue to deliver the Gravely brand promise and work tirelessly to 'Astound Our Customers'."
Gravely lawn mowers are sold through a national network of thousands of independent dealers, which now includes Cherokee Small Engine. Cherokee offers a variety of financing options through Gravely, including zero percent interest for forty-eight months and also provides lawn equipment repair and maintenance services at their showroom in Gaffney, South Carolina.
About the company:
Cherokee Small Engine is serving Cherokee County for over 30 years and Jenna, Matt and Chappell Hiers are now taking care of customers "Family Style". They service new and used lawn mowers, stock a huge variety of parts and have access to the largest inventories nationwide. They have a full service maintenance and repair department staffed with experienced and friendly mechanics. For more information visit their website at http://www.cherokeesmallengine.com.