LawnBott Robotic Mowers Debut in Cincinnati

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Kyodo America's LawnBott exhibiting at Greater Cincinnati Remodeling Expo.

Kyodo America Industries Co., LTD, makers of the LawnBott line of robotic mowers, is proud to announce that LawnBott of Greater Cincinnati will exhibit the LawnBott robotic mower for the first time in Cincinnati at the Greater Cincinnati Remodeling Expo, January 18-20, 2013 at the Sharonville Convention Center, booth #515.

Michael Sundbye, owner of LawnBott of Greater Cincinnati, will be at the show all weekend showing homeowners how owning a LawnBott robotic mower can take the pain out of lawn care. LawnBott is a line of robotic mowers that can maintain yards from 5,000 sq. ft. to well over an acre. Using lithium-ion batteries, LawnBott’s are a non-polluting alternative to typical gas powered mower. Many models are fully automatic and feature self-recharging, so that a homeowner can enjoy a well-trimmed yard, without the hard work typically associated with yard maintenance.

Factory representatives from LawnBott will also be on hand to demonstrate how the LawnBott operates and just how easy having a beautiful lawn can be. From small yards to well over an acre, from flat to conquering hills up to 25°, LawnBott has models for every yard.

As a bonus for show attendees, LawnBott of Greater Cincinnati will be giving away a LawnBott to one lucky winner. Be sure to stop by booth #515 to register to win and see the LawnBott live.

For show information, please visit http://homeshowcenter.com/visitors/homeshow.aspx?show=cincinnati.

Kyodo America Industries, Co., LTD, is an Atlanta, GA based manufacturer of lawn & garden products and the LawnBott robotic mowers. LawnBott’s were originally developed in Italy and are the leading robotic mower in Europe. Since 2000, our robotic mowers have been helping homeowners maintain their yards without the sweat and aggravation of conventional mowers. To find out more, please visit our website at http://www.LawnBott.com.

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