Outdoor Power Equipment

March 2017

Proudly serving the industry for which it was named for more than 50 years, Outdoor Power Equipment provides dealers who sell and service outdoor power equipment with valuable information to succeed in a competitive market.

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20 MARCH 2017 OUTDOOR POWER EQUIPMENT www.outdoorpowerequipment.com FEATURE STORY | Show Preview TORO.COM/ZMASTER When you can't be out making money, you're losing it. So choose the mowers that pay o with longer life, fewer repairs and less downtime. Toro® Z Master mowers deliver outstanding quality of cut, commercial-grade durability and comfort to help you get more done every day. ZERO-TURN MOWERS Z MASTER ® ON SELEC T Z MASTER MOWERS O er runs February 1 – May 31, 2017 Only at participating dealers *O manufacturer's suggested promotional price. International Airport, as well as onsite. In addition, the shows have added a third full- service registration area onsite for speed and convenience (registration areas at Las Vegas Convention Center Gold Lot and Bronze Lot and Westgate Hotel adjacent to North Hall). Easier to get around, find new products faster CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2017 will feature a streamlined show layout to help attendees easily comparison shop for the products and services they need for their businesses. The reconfi gured CONEXPO-CON/AGG layout will create better synergy between outdoor and indoor space product areas and make it easier for attendees to navigate the show. As part of the new layout: ■ The Gold Lot will include an expanded Gold Hall and extend to Las Vegas Boulevard, using the site of the demolished Riviera Hotel. ■ A new Bronze Lot (with Bronze Hall) south of South Hall, extending the length of the building ■ Both lots will feature registration areas, as well as registration in the Westgate Convention Center (formerly Las Vegas Hilton) adjacent to North Hall. Show management cited increased demand for exhibit space as a major factor in the show fl oor redesign to make optimum use of available space. The Tech Experience – See the future now The new 75,000-plus-square-foot (6,900 square meters) Tech Experience will showcase the ideas and technologies that will transform the future of construction to enhance safety, productivity and profi tability. The Tech Experience will be an engaging experience that will bring to life the trends and solutions that are developing now and will be emerging in the next several years for the jobsite, workforce and infrastructure. Also featured will be a Tech Talks educational forum and the Infrastructure Vision 2050 initiative of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM).

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