Gravely announced its six winners from the 2013 GIE+EXPO in Louisville, Kentucky.
The six winners received Gravely equipment including an Edger, XD3 21-inch self-propelled mower, Pro-Trim string trimmer, BBC commercial 21-inch mower and a grand prize Gravely Pro-Turn 148 commercial zero-turn mower.
Will Harvey of Lawn Force One Landscape in Beach Grove, Indiana received the Gravely Edger. The machine features a 110-degree rotating pivot head, allowing the operator to cut, trim, bevel or edge along curbs.
Jeff Elshoff, a Michigan State University student of Morrice, Michigan, won the Gravely Blade Brake Clutch (BBC) XD3 21-inch self-propelled mower. The BBC version allows the engine to run while the blade is stopped, allowing operators to move obstacles or empty grass bags while mowing.
Dustin Fussnecker of Ripley, Ohio walked away with the Pro-Trim 22-inch string trimmer. With a 15-degree rotating deck, the trimmer works in tight spaces, and the reinforced steel pivot head and 14-gauge stamped deck adds durability.
Susan Dunphy of Grapevine Staffing in Creston, Iowa won the Gravely Commercial 21-inch mower. The Commercial 21 features a die cast aluminum deck with steel wear guards, as well as rear-wheel drive and three-speed transmission.
Derek Wells of Wells Lawn Care in Bloomington, Indiana was the grand prizewinner and took home the Pro-Turn 148 commercial zero-turn mower. The Pro-Turn 148 features a 48-inch deck and 22 horsepower Kawasaki FX691 engine.