Bob-Cat mowers on parade in company’s new virtual showroom

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Bob-Cat has launched a new website to showcase its mowers. Based in Johnson Creek, Wisconsin, Bob-Cat says the site’s homepage offers improved navigation and a large, scrolling deck featuring highlights of the company’s latest news, products and purchasing options.

In a new release on the launch, the company says also offers users a simplified drop-down menu for quick access to customer service, dealer information and a virtual showroom – “allowing users to discover Bob-Cat products, specifications, photos, 360-degree images, videos and more.” The site has also been designed for access via mobile device.

“In our 24/7 business environment, it’s important for Bob-Cat to provide its customers with quick access to products and dealers,” says Pat Cappucci, company president and CEO. “By streamlining navigation and adding even more product information to the website, our customers can spend less time finding a Bob-Cat mower and more time running their businesses.”

Bob-Cat, which is owned by Schiller Grounds Care, manufactures heavy-duty walk-behind, stand-on and zero-turn lawnmowers and accessories for both landscape professionals and residential customers. In addition to mowers, Schiller makes multiuse tractors, attachments, sod cutters, tillers, aerators, lawn vacuums, turf overseeders and brush cutters, among other products. Along with Bob-Cat, the company’s brands include Classen, Little Wonder, Mantis, Ryan and Steiner.

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