UTVs to Have a Greater Presence at GIE+EXPO 2014

MFG News
By MFG News July 31, 2014 22:46

GIE+EXPO

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(Louisville, KY) – Attendees at the 2014 Green Industry & Equipment Expo (GIE+EXPO) will find a new emphasis on work utility vehicles in Louisville this October. In addition to seeing the UTVs on the indoor show floor, attendees will have the opportunity to get hands-on with exhibitors offering test tracks in the Outdoor Demonstration Area. GIE+EXPO is set for October 22-24 at the Kentucky Exposition Center.

Making the biggest splash, Polaris will return to GIE+EXPO for the second year to showcase their three lines of UTVs. In fact, the company has increased its outdoor space by more than 400 percent to make room for 16,000 square feet of demo track where attendees can test-drive utility vehicles from their BRUTUS, GEM®and RANGER® lines. Additionally, customers can put BRUTUS’ complete line of purpose-built, hydraulic and PTO attachments to the test for applications they execute every day like picking up, transporting and dumping 500 pounds of stones in the Materials Bucket and mowing large open lawns with a 66-inch wide Finishing Mower.

“In our first year as an exhibitor, we found GIE+EXPO 2013 to be a great venue to connect and engage with green industry professionals and received very positive feedback from BRUTUS customer demos,” said Aaron Stegemann, Polaris business development manager. “This year we’re providing attendees a demo area large enough where they can get in the driver’s seat of all of our diesel, gas and electric work utility vehicle options.”

Ariens/Gravely is also adding a demo track to their Outdoor Demonstration Area exhibit.

 

MFG News
By MFG News July 31, 2014 22:46