Because the Grass Is Still Growing

We don’t back down from a challenge. And in trying times, routine can provide a sense of normalcy. The grass is still growing. Lawns need to get mowed. There are crews in operation that need our support. You, your neighbors, our communities, and local businesses—we’re in this together. 
And together, we


Up to $200 Instant Rebates for the Homeowners

During this difficult time, the last thing we want you to worry about is financing. That’s why we’re offering up to $200 instant rebates along with our extended financing options including 0% interest for up to 54 months.

$500 instant rebates* for the pros

We’re there for small businesses, which is why we’re offering $500 instant rebates on our commercial line of mowers.

0% financing for up to 54 months on any 2015 – 2020 model. $500 instant rebates on our Next Generation commercial mowers: Predator-Pro™ 7000ProCat™ 6000MXProCat™ 6000ProCat™ 5000 and QuickCat™ 4000 mower. Up to $200 instant rebates on residential mowers: XRZ™ Pro RS, XRZ™, CRZ™ (see product pages for rebate specifics). Offer available at participating dealers.

Get it straight from the experts

We’ve teamed up with three industry experts to help provide landscapers tips on how others are handling this mowing season’s circumstances, how it’s affected their landscaping businesses and what they are doing differently.

Stay Informed

Times are challenging right now. We’re doing our best to make it easier on business owners by keeping you up to date with the latest online information and resources your business needs to stay on top of things during this time, that’s why we’ve partnered up with the National Association of Landscape Professionals.

Let's get outside

Extraordinary circumstances demand that we continue to do what we do best—mow forward. And we’re here to support it. We encourage you to get outside and tend to your landscaping because it’s a healthy way to stay active. It’s also a good break from everything that’s going on in the world. Because at the end of the day, the grass is still growing and the only direction we have is—forward.