Starting (or Maintaining) a Briggs & Stratton Family Tradition
We were talking with a national DIY expert earlier this month and he mentioned that his father first introduced him to a Briggs & Stratton-powered lawn mower when he was six years old. He’s relied on Briggs & Stratton engines ever since. He said it became a family tradition as the generations go on.
It was definitely nice to hear and it got me thinking…how many families have a Briggs & Stratton tradition? When did it begin? How does it get passed on? I’d love to hear any stories or answers to these questions in the comments below.
Start Your Tradition with a Lawn Mower Powered by Briggs & Stratton
For those of you that are new homeowners, you should find out if a tradition exists in your family because chances are, you’ll need some outdoor power equipment to maintain your new yard. If there isn’t a tradition, it’s the perfect time to start one! We make it easy to find answers to engine questions and research Briggs & Stratton products.
After buying a new home, a push mower is usually the most essential piece of outdoor power equipment you’ll need. We have several small engine education resources to help you understand the engines that power the equipment so you can make an educated decision when you are ready to purchase. I previously outlined mower features, which you should also consider before making a purchase.
At Briggs & Stratton, we want our customers and potential customers to have access to our engine experts and customer service representatives to make the learning process easier and answer any questions. It’s our goal to make you so happy with your Briggs-powered equipment that your first purchase is just the start (or continuation) of generations of a long tradition. That’s why we have seven ways to get in touch with us.
We hope you like our company’s rich small engine tradition. Start yours today!