Bad Boy Mowers News And Announcements
As the Holiday Season begins, we are reminded to think about all the things we are grateful for. Bad Boy Mowers is truly blessed to have the year that we've had, and we hope all of our friends, family and everyone we've had the pleasure of dealing with is having a great year as well.
We’re not surprised to find a surprising number of owners, future owners and tire kickers seeking us out on the web. In fact, we’re trying to make it as easy as possible for you to know just about anything and everything there is about Bad Boy Mowers.
Don O’Neal of Martinsville, IN, driver of the Clint Bowyer Racing #5 car in 2014 will receive a $10,000 cash award for winning the Bad Boy Mowers TV Points Challenge. The Bad Boy TV Points Challenge was a fifteen race mini-series, consisting of the TV races on the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series schedule in 2014.
The leaves are starting to fall and our 2014 mowing season has been one for the record books. Bad Boy Mowers has exceeded every expectation that we set forth from the previous year and we don't plan on slowing down.
There's still time to enter the Bad Boy Mowers Spokesmodel Contest as we search for our next Bad Boy Mowers Spokesmodel to represent our growing brand across the nation.
Things are busy at the Bad Boy Mowers campus in Batesville, AR today, with the official move into our new Parts Department facility under way. Trucks are being loaded and unloaded, shelves are going up and everything is being put in its new place.
The Green Industry and Equipment Expo (GIE+EXPO) was last weekend in Louisville, Kentucky and Bad Boy Mowers brought all of our Attitude for display. The GIE+Expo is the largest trade show for outdoor power equipment, lawn and garden equipment, light construction and landscape equipment. The Expo features new products, education and an expansive outdoor demonstration area for visitors to try out equipment first hand.
Bad Boy Mowers teamed up with BK Racing for last weekend's race at Talladega and we couldn't be happier with Cole Whitt and his record weekend.
Watch for Bad Boy Mowers on the track as we compete in action at Talladega this Sunday in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series! Sunoco Rookie of the Year contender Cole Whitt will sport the colors of Batesville, Ark., based Bad Boy Mowers, Inc. for the final NASCAR Sprint Cup Series restrictor plate race of the 2014 season at Talladega Superspeedway.