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Special Summer Finance Offer from Lely

8.32am 5th August 2010 - Corporate

Thanks to the recent warm, wet conditions, the grass has been growing in abundance and really putting mowers and turf maintenance fleets to the test. And while machinery budgets remain under pressure, many a greenkeeper’s fleet is struggling to cope with this summer’s demanding conditions.

Help is at hand. Lely UK has created a new zero percent finance option that will allow its Toro customers to buy the machinery they need now while beating the impending VAT rise.

With nothing to pay until April 2011, customers need only pay the VAT at the current rate of 17.5 percent upon signing to secure the Toro machinery they need to get their turf maintenance back on track.

Jeff Anguige, Lely’s Toro UK sales manager, says: “If you’ve put off upgrading your fleet for the past year or two because of budgetary pressures, your machinery will really be struggling in this summer’s strong grass-growing conditions and your surfaces will suffer as a result. With our fantastic new zero percent finance option, you can enjoy all the benefits of brand new Toro machinery immediately while taking a financial breather on the balance until next spring.”

But Jeff says that this offer won’t be available for long. “This offer ends 31 October 2010, so customers must act now to make the most of them,” he urges. “Lely customers really can save hundreds, if not thousands, of pounds off VAT with this deal, further improving their cash-flow.”

For more information on this and other Toro finance options, call 01904 777707. Alternatively, call Lely UK on 01480 226800 or email to request a free leaflet.

Toro Commercial turf maintenance products

Lely (UK) Limited

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