Mr G. Purdy won a collectable truck from Ross and Robyn Honnery at the Gympie Mower Centre.
Mr G. Purdy won a collectable truck from Ross and Robyn Honnery at the Gympie Mower Centre. Contributed

Mower centre a super winner

THE owners and staff of Gympie Mower Centre at the Five Ways have congratulated Mr G. Purdie the winner of the Stihl Super Saturday competition.

The promotion was held on Saturday, June 2, and gave customers a chance to win a collectible Champion truck.

Mr Purdie was thrilled to be selected at random to win the prize, which was open to anyone who entered the shop on Super Saturday.

Super Saturday was a new innovation from the nationwide network of Stihl dealers and looked set to become a regular event in Stihl dealerships across Australia.

Extended opening hours and specials across a wide range of power equipment were the main benefits to shoppers, with extra in-store promotions and demonstrations also being held.

Consumers could keep their eyes open for the promotion of upcoming Super Saturday events on the website www.gympiemowercentre.com.

Or alternatively, customers could like them on Facebook to stay up to date with current specials and promotions.

Gympie Mower Centre was the longest running small-engine specialist in the Cooloola region, with Ross, Robyn and the team dedicated to giving customers' power equipment the maintenance it needed in the workshop - especially useful as people pulled out the chainsaws this firewood season.

Gympie Mower Centre was ready to service, repair or even just sharpen customers' saws and, of course, winter was the perfect time to get any service done on lawnmowers before spring hit.

See them for Stihl handheld power equipment, Victa lawnmowers, Briggs & Stratton engines, generators, pressure cleaners and pumps, and Greenfield and Dixon ride-on mowers.

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