Shelton's Outdoor Power celebrates ribbon cutting

Monday, November 23, 2009
Greencastle Chamber of Commerce Director Tammy Amor, Chamber board member Beau Battin, store owners Lance Shelton and Joni Shelton, City Council member Jinsie Bingham and Banner Graphic Marketplace Representative Josh Barnett take time out to cut the ribbon on Shelton's Outdoor Power Equipment business located at US Hwy 231 and US Hwy 40.

GREENCASTLE -- Lance and Joni Shelton celebrated their new business opening with a Greater Greencastle Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting last week. The couple opened Shelton's Outdoor Power Equipment last summer.

Shelton sells Husqvarna outdoor power equipment and parts. He also offers All Terrain Vehicles, as well as parts and services at his new business.

His equipment sales include aerators, chainsaws, blowers, lawn edgers, mowers, pole saws, robust saws, pressure washers, riding lawn mowers, sod cutters, snow throwers, stump grinders, tillers, tractors, trimmers, xp saws and zero turn mowers.

He is also a Max ATV dealer and offers sales, parts and services on the vehicles.

"We are outdoor power equipment business here to help you maintain your landscaping business, personal lawn, garden and home. With over 25 years experience and the number one brand worldwide like Husqvarna, the world leader in outdoor power products for forestry, lawn and garden care, we're here to assist you in getting your projects done," explained Shelton.

Shelton's wife Joni is a teacher at Deer Meadow Elementary School, but is 100 percent behind her husband's business.

"We have all the equipment here you need. Look at the number of chain saws Lance offers for sale. It's pretty exciting for him to have his own store," said Joni.

Shelton's Outdoor Power Equipment is located at the corner of US Hwy 231 and US Hwy 40. They are open on Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to noon. People can also call 301-4111 to make an appointment.

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  • good for you!!! Good Luck!

    -- Posted by talkymom3 on Mon, Nov 23, 2009, at 12:23 PM
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