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Low Country Kubota Opens Ga. Location

Fri September 08, 2017 - Southeast Edition #19
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Low Country Kubota — a full-line Kubota dealer offering more than 30 types of tractors for the Ag market, as well as consumer lawn and garden equipment, hay tools/spreaders, commercial turf products and utility vehicles — recently opened its new facility in Statesboro, Ga.
Low Country Kubota — a full-line Kubota dealer offering more than 30 types of tractors for the Ag market, as well as consumer lawn and garden equipment, hay tools/spreaders, commercial turf products and utility vehicles — recently opened its new facility in Statesboro, Ga.

Low Country Kubota — a full-line Kubota dealer offering more than 30 types of tractors for the Ag market, as well as consumer lawn and garden equipment, hay tools/spreaders, commercial turf products and utility vehicles — recently opened its new facility in Statesboro, Ga.

Situated on a 2.5-acre property, just off Hwy. 301, the facility carries a large inventory of parts, including Land Pride attachments, and a fully staffed service department with more than 40 years of combined experience servicing Kubota tractors and equipment. The 8,900 sq. ft. facility also includes a 3,600 sq. ft. showroom.

Chris Shea, owner of Low Country Kubota, said he is excited about the new partnership with Kubota.

“The support I have received from them during the start-up process has been incredible,” said Shea. “The product line is rock-solid and well respected in the turf, ag and consumer lawn and garden product markets. We've put together a terrific staff in Statesboro that I know are going to make this an extremely successful endeavor. We look forward to serving the marketplace and partnering with our new customers and not only to meet their needs — but to exceed their expectations.”