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Dennis Mowers Set for The GCSAA Trade Show 2024

Get ready for an electrifying experience at The GCSAA Conference and Trade Show, where Dennis Mowers is set to showcase its ground-breaking E-Series range of battery-powered mowers.

As one of the largest golf shows globally, this event is the ultimate gathering for golf industry professionals.

The trade show takes place from January 31 - February 1, 2024 in Pheonix, and Dennis Mowers can be found on booth 3557.

Discover the Future with Dennis Mowers E-Series:

12311133871?profile=RESIZE_584xThese electric-powered mowers redefine industry standards with exceptional battery life, ultra-low noise, and minimal vibration, offering a no-compromise alternative to traditional petrol counterparts. The robust LCD keypad screen provides operators with a wealth of information options, including speed, clip rate, service checks, lifetime running reports, and battery details. Not to mention an astonishingly quick 2-3 hour full battery recharge time.

Featured Products on Display at The GCSAA Trade Show:

ES-860:

  • 34" battery-powered turf management system
  • 13 interchangeable cassette options
  • Easy to adjust height of cut control

ES-22 Ultra:

  • 22" battery mower with an ultra-short wheelbase
  • Perfect for undulating surfaces
  • Ideal for golf greens and tees

ES-34R:

  • 34" battery-powered twin blade rotary mower
  • Latest lithium-ion battery technology
  • Ideal for fine turf mowing and cleaning up operations

Meet the Experts:

Dennis Mowers' experienced staff will be available throughout the event to answer any queries, provide product advice, and share maintenance tips. Don't miss this exclusive opportunity to interact with the minds behind Dennis.

Why Attend?

The GCSAA Conference and Trade Show is not just an exhibition; it's an immersive experience designed for golf facility owners, operators, and industry professionals. Network, enhance your education, and explore the latest advancements that could transform your work.

Join Dennis Mowers on booth 3557 and step into a new era of efficiency, sustainability, and precision.

For further information or a no obligation demonstration, please contact Dennis 01332 824 777 or visit www.dennisuk.com

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