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Stihl powering on in Seymour

By David Rak

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Farmers, tradies and DIY enthusiasts need not panic.

The team at Stihl Shop Seymour has got all your equipment and maintenance needs covered during the coronavirus pandemic.

Owners Donna and Mick Fulton said it was business as usual, with the store selling and servicing a huge range of new and used chainsaws, brushcutters, mowers, pumps, blowers and Marshall batteries.

“We’re thankful to still be able to have the doors open and to have kept all our staff,” she said.

“Except for the social distancing precautions we’ve implemented, customers won’t notice a difference in-store.

‘We’re committed to sticking by the community that has stuck by us for so long. We’ll be here for as long as we’re allowed to keep the doors open.”

Donna said now was a great time to pick up the tools for that DIY job you’ve been putting off, or get your equipment serviced.

“We have a friendly team that can help with all your equipment needs in-store and we can do pick-up and delivery of equipment. Phone orders are also available,” she said.

“It’s a rough time for everyone at the moment, but if we band together we will pull through and get back to normal.”