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Old 03-12-2012, 05:37 PM
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The hat I got from the Ferris rep when I bought my new walk behind...

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Has a cool graphic of a ZTR on the side...

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And the shirt that the dealer gave me...

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I'm not wild about the design on the back. I doubt I'll wear it, as that style of art isn't "me".

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Great graphics on those shirts!
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I picked up more lawn swag at an open house today.


1 Shirt, 3 hats, trimmer string, samples of "ethanol stuff", etc...


PLUS I got between 10-20% off anything purchased today.
Ordered a mulch kit for the Ferris.
Bought 2 new rear wheels for the 21" Toro Super Recycler.
Bought another blade for the 21" Toro Super Recycler.
Bought several six packs of Stihl synthetic oil for mixing.
Bought a 5 gal No-Spill gas can.



Will post pics later.
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It sounds like you got enough goodies out of this to keep yourself clothed for years to come!
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It sounds like you got enough goodies out of this to keep yourself clothed for years to come!
Haha!

I used to have two hats. My good hat and my yardwork hat.

I'm losing track of how many I have now. They're everywhere you turn in the Hedgemaster household.


Maybe I should change my name to Swagmaster?
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Here's my bundle of goodies from the other day.

The best was this box from Stihl - I nearly crapped when I opened it.



Hat, gloves, protective eyewear, 2 bottles of Ultra oil, and a full spool of trimmer line...



Perfect timing because I needed string and I had a pair of gloves just like those that a dog peed on last week while I was working a job. (no, I wasn't wearing them at the time) Also, that's the oil I use for all my mixing.
Awesome. The shades are useless because I wear... glasses.




More misc. freebies...

Toro T-shirt.






Yet another hat - LOL!
Some trimmer string samples.
Wel-Worth Fuel Fix ethanol treatment (I use this in all my gas)
Starbrite Startron ethanol treatment




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HAHHAHAA you hit the mother load! LOL that is awesome!
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HAHHAHAA you hit the mother load! LOL that is awesome!

It is.

I am really impressed that Stihl would give out such a costly package. (Remember, I picked that up at my dealer's open house, I didn't request that)
A hat, or a shirt I would expect, but there's probably $30 worth of stuff in there - all USABLE stuff too.



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Did your Echo shirt shrink?

I expected mine to since it was free, but it shrank "short" instead of evenly. I put it on and it looked like i had a half shirt on, It fit the shoulders and chest just like it did new, but the bottom shrank up to above my belly button.

I gave it to the wife.
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Did your Echo shirt shrink?

I expected mine to since it was free, but it shrank "short" instead of evenly. I put it on and it looked like i had a half shirt on, It fit the shoulders and chest just like it did new, but the bottom shrank up to above my belly button.

I gave it to the wife.
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I dunno, I haven't tried it on since washing it. It's an XL and I wear a L, so maybe I'll be OK.
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