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For fifteen years, Dan Eddy has been with the fire department. Whether at the firehouse or at home with his three daughters, Dan upholds a standard of trust and reliability,
both values he looks for in professional equipment.
Brooke and Matt Wibbenmeyer own
a concrete business and a home in the suburbs. For both, they choose STIHL equipment to get the job done. What started with a STIHL blower soon led to a trimmer, backpack blowers, hedge trimmers, and eventually numerous cut-off machines for their business.
Founded in 1874 by Alvin Bock, the Bock farm has remained in the family for over four generations. Today, Alvin's grandson Lee Bock manages the business, with help from his own son Austin, and his father Larry.
Jason Otte is a homeowner in Perryville, Missouri. After he and his wife completely remodeled their house, they continued to rework their landscape to make their dream
home a reality. The couple uses STIHL equipment for a variety of needs, including trimming, clearing and cutting.
After working as a Hotshot firefighter in Oregon and Colorado, Bethany Hannah now teaches chainsaw and timber skill workshops. Through it all, she only uses STIHL equipment.
Bill Chambers is passionate about helping others. That's why he volunteered to be a member of the Southern Baptist Convention disaster relief team. His team regularly partners with the Red Cross and FEMA to be onsite wherever, whenever disaster strikes.
David Stine is a true believer in quality. He knows that when something is made right, it will last a long time. It's the driving philosophy behind his work as a custom furniture maker - and his choice of tools.
Zack Kline is the CEO and Founder
of A.I.R. Lawn Care, based in Rockville, Maryland. The A.I.R. stands for Atmosphere Improvement and Renewal, named so because the company is an ecofriendly lawn care service.
Jamie Burger currently serves as the elected presiding commissioner of Scott County. Part of his work includes serving on the Work Force Investment Board. After using STIHL products at home for years, Jamie recommended the board purchases all STIHL equipment.
Matt's company maintains up to 50 yards every year, including mowing, trimming and pruning services - All jobs he says couldn't be done without the help of STIHL equipment.