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April 12, 2013

Southside tractor supplier still strong

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MILLEDGEVILLE —

Southside stocks big machinery for large scale farming though the local need isn’t huge. Customers come to the business to purchase lawnmowers and tractors from all over the state and southeast region.

Great financing options provide an incentive for property needs.

Zero percent financing on all Kubota tractors and lawnmowers, as well as John Deere, lasts 60 months with no down payment. Exmark equipment has 48-month zero percent financing with no down payment also.

“We always have good financing on all of the equipment,” Brack said. “Thank God for the financing we’ve got. That makes it easy.”

If a customer has a maintenance problem, Southside looks after each person until satisfied. 

Brack enjoys helping locals because everyone benefits in the long run. He would never think of moving the business from its notable location.

“We’ve been here 30 years, and everybody knows where we are. We know just about everybody in Milledgeville,” he said. “I love this town, and I want us to make a comeback and grow.”

Call Southside Equipment at (478) 452-5523 or 1 (800) 659-6763. Visit them online at www.southsideequip.com.

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