Greenworks Commercial to donate equipment to Hurricanes Harvey and Irma affected golf courses

By |  November 3, 2017 0 Comments

Greenworks Commercial, a battery-powered outdoor equipment provider for landscaping and turf management professionals, is joining forces with the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA) Disaster Relief Fund, in efforts to aid golf course maintenance staffs in Texas and throughout the Southeast that were impacted by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.

Greenworks Commercial will donate nearly $10,000 worth of its lithium-ion battery-powered, outdoor equipment to golf course superintendents to help with their clean-up jobs once flood waters have receded. Greenworks will supply its new 82-volt Pole Saw and its 82-volt Chainsaw, along with the necessary batteries and chargers to ensure maximum run-time and power, according to the company.

Greenworks Commercial’s new 82-volt Pole Saw

“Like the rest of the U.S., we have been following closely the devastation caused by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, so we were eager to help when we learned of the GCSAA’s efforts,” says Chris Allen, president of Greenworks North America. “As large as it may be, we are confident that our tools are up to the task of helping GCSAA members in their clean-up efforts at golf courses in severely impacted areas. We hope that having access to best-in-class, cordless technology can bring some added comfort and convenience to these hard-working people when they need it most.”

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