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Ernest Doe’s annual Turf Care Show

2.00pm 23rd September 2004 - Exhibitions & Conferences

Ernest Doe & Sons Ltd, the largest family owned groundcare, agricultural and construction machinery dealer in the UK, will be holding their annual Turf Care Show on Wednesday 6th October 2004. The show will be held at the company’s head office at Ulting in Essex and will feature a range of machinery, products and services from hard landscaping to fine turf.
Throughout the day there will be the opportunity to watch a number of product demonstrations as well as seeing the huge range of machinery on show. Names such as Ransomes, Wiedenmann, Jacobsen, Komatsu, Allen, Hayter, New Holland, Ryan, E-Z-GO and Kawasaki to name but a few, will help make up a total of over 20 companies exhibiting at Ulting.
Phil Bush, show organiser commented, “The show is now in its fourth year and is a great opportunity for professionals to talk with the supporting companies and the Ernest Doe team in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. We shall have many of the products, newly launched at Saltex in early September.”
There will also be some special show price promotions, finance options from ING and New Holland, the sale of demonstration and used equipment, and parts and hardware special offers
The show is free and open to all turf care and landscaping professionals. Attendance is by pre-registration only. For further information or to register please contact Emma Fry on 01372 471009 or e-mail turfshow@ernestdoe.com.

Turf Care Show 2004, Wednesday 6th October

Programme of Events:

9.00 Show Opens
 9.30  Pedestrian Rotary Mowers
10.00  Zero Turn Rotary Mowers
10.30  Rider Rotary Mowers
11.00  Pedestrian Cylinder Mowers
11.30  Triple Cylinder Mowers
12.00  Fairway/Large Area Mowers
12.30  Tractors & Aerators
 1.00  Top Dressers
 1.30  Utility Vehicles

       

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