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Get ready for an exhilarating new addition to GroundsFest 2024: Machinery Nation LIVE! This dynamic feature, brought to you by YouTube sensations Machinery Nation, promises to be a highlight at this year's event.

Ultimate Machinery Face-Off

Machinery Nation LIVE will see the best products from the top brands compete in the ultimate machinery face-off. Witness top brands from across the globe showcase their products in thrilling live comparisons. These face-offs will feature in-depth tests as the machinery is put through a series of fun, entertaining, and rigorous trials. This is your chance to see which products come out on top in various categories such as petrol vs. battery, agility, power, and more.

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New products that few will have seen will be featured and put to the test in this exciting area. GroundsFest 2024 visitors will be some of the first to witness these innovations in action.

Equipment Challenges and Prizes

The excitement doesn’t stop there. Machinery Nation LIVE will also host equipment challenges where visitors can compete against friends and colleagues. Test your skills with different tools and equipment for a chance to win fantastic prizes. These challenges are designed to be both fun and competitive, offering a unique hands-on experience for all participants.

Machinery Nation duo James Hayes and Joshua Smith shared their enthusiasm: “GroundsFest is absolutely brilliant; there is a nice vibe and a good buzz about it. We think it is going to be the biggest date in the groundcare calendar as there is nothing quite like it. We are really looking forward to seeing everyone at this year’s event!”

Building on the success of its inaugural show last year, GroundsFest 2024 promises more exhibitors, unrivalled brands on display, hands-on demonstrations, free educational sessions, and live music. With the addition of Machinery Nation LIVE, this year’s event is set to be an unforgettable experience for everyone involved in the groundscare and landscaping industries.

GroundsFest 2024 takes place on 10 and 11 September at Stoneleigh Park, in Warwickshire.

Don't miss your chance to be part of the industry’s must-attend event. Register now for free at www.groundsfest.com

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Anybody got any experience of Sisis Auto Turfman. I really want a Bannerman but I can't afford as yet.I have see a reasonably priced 2nd hand Auto Turfman and I am wondering if it would tie me over until next year?

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