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OPE Manufacturers Continue Upward Trend in Dealer Relations

The segment improved satisfaction ratings in the 2018 Equipment Dealers Assn.’s Dealer-Manufacturer Relations Survey, increasing steadily since 2014.
Outdoor Power Equipment (OPE) manufacturers are continuing to improve their status with dealers, according to the 2018 Equipment Dealers Assn.’s (EDA) 2018 Dealer-Manufacturer Relations report.
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Here are the articles, videos, webinars, e-Books and more that captured your attention online in 2017.
The rural equipment market is vibrant, with many of you telling us that your market has grown significantly over the last few years. That means there is lots for the Rural Lifestyle Dealer staff to cover as we keep you updated on new products, best practices, expert strategies and more.
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What if Walmart Started Selling Compact Tractors?

Another box store has started selling compact tractors. There will always be competition from mass retailers, so you need to know what you sell that they don’t.
Another box store announced that it is selling tractors — this time, it’s Rural King. The company has started branding TYM tractors and began selling 10 models ranging from 19-55 horsepower at 7 pilot stores this spring, with plans to sell throughout its 100-store network.
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Dealer Business Trends & Outlook 2017

Rural Equipment Market Remains Strong

Most rural lifestyle dealers across North America expect solid revenue growth this year, following last year’s strong growth.
Rural equipment dealers forecast another good year for overall and aftermarket sales, according to Rural Lifestyle Dealer’s 2017 Dealer Business Trends & Outlook survey, the magazine’s 9th annual. Despite the economic and social turbulence of an election year, these optimistic forecasts follow a very strong year for growth in 2016. Eighty-four percent of dealers think 2017 will be as good as or better than 2016 for total revenue and more than 90% think aftermarket revenue will also be as good as or better than last year. This compares with last year’s survey in which more than 88% of dealers expected 2016 to be as good as or better than 2015 for total revenue and more than 90% expected aftermarket revenue to be as good as or better than 2015.
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