SAVANNAH, Ga. — Three divisions of Low Country Machinery have partnered with locally owned and produced outdoor television show, Smacked TV. The show is nationally and locally syndicated on the Pursuit Channel, WSAV and the CW. It is based on two brothers, Jared and Kyle Lott, who love the outdoors and want to share their passion with the viewer.
While sharing their love of hunting, Jared and Kyle also explain the truth and hard work behind trophy hunting and managing property properly with the right equipment, implements, soil and seed. Low Country Machinery’s full line of Massey Ferguson and Kubota tractors, off-road vehicles, implements and JCB skid steers will be used and featured to teach viewers the importance of quality equipment and even offer the exclusive finance options for their followers.
“We are excited to partner with this awesome show and these great guys. It’s a unique opportunity for us to show customers how our equipment can benefit them around their property and while they’re getting ready for hunting season,” says Chris Shea, owner of Low Country Machinery.
Smacked TV was founded in 2009 and this is their first big partnership with a construction and farm equipment company.
“Kyle and I are so excited to partner with and represent Low Country Machinery and its three brands of equipment,” Jared Lott, co-owner of Smacked TV, said. “Their equipment is the best on the market and we’re excited to not only teach our viewers about it but demonstrate it for them too! We look forward to a long-lasting relationship with Chris and his team.”
Smacked TV episodes air this week on WSAV, the CW and nationally on the Pursuit Channel. This show is dedicated to showing everyone, from kids to adults, about the joy of experiencing nature through hunting and fishing everything from quail to deer, wild hogs and flounder.
Low Country Machinery carries three well-known brands in the industry: JCB, Kubota and Massey Ferguson; along with SCAG lawn mowers, Landpride, Woods and Gyro-Trac attachments and provides customers with virtually any part for any equipment, with two parts and service warehouses in Pooler and Statesboro. Learn more at www.lowcountrymachinery.com.