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For details go to:  www.cmpbs.org/electriclawnmower

Who: Home Depot and Scott Johnson

What: The Central Texas Electric Lawnmower Program

When: Saturday, April 7th from 8:30am-2pm

Where: Only at the Mueller Home Depot at 1200  Barbara Jordan at 51st St. (Next to Best Buy)

Why: To help folks save money when they upgrade their polluting gas-powered mower for an exhaust-free electric model. Also, to help reduce ozone-forming emissions, CO2 emissions (that are changing our climate)and to eliminate the spillage of gas/oil from gas-powered lawnmowers.

Trade in your gas-powered mower and save up to 25% off the cost of a new Homelite corded electric mower.

Quantities are limited and are based on a first-come, first-serve basis.

To reserve an electric lawnmower please call Scott Johnson at

(512) 389-2250 (O) by Friday April 6th at  3pm.

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