Toro financing plans meet federal requirements
Bloomington, Minn.-based Toro is offering several financing options for federal agencies. The new Lease to Own Plans (LTOPs) — with terms ranging from three to five years and options for monthly, quarterly or annual payments — are designed to comply with the U.S. government’s Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR). The plans were developed to meet the needs of federal purchasing officials.
Federal procurement officials can find links and resources at the Torogov site. Federal buyers can use the site to find a distributor, view company news and events, and search for Toro products by category. The site has a variety of information on equipment purchases and procurement resources.
“Government agencies are being pushed to leverage available budget dollars as efficiently as possible,” said Paul Danielson, Toro’s finance marketing manager. “There’s a great need for flexible financing options for the government sector, and offering federal agencies and their purchasing representatives a highly specialized type of financing, specifically designed within their acquisition requirements, is something that Toro is very proud to now offer. With this addition, Toro now has financing options available for every type of government agency.”
The Toro Company is a global provider of turf and landscape maintenance equipment and irrigation solutions. Its equipment is used to maintain golf courses, sports fields, public green spaces, commercial and residential properties, and agricultural fields.