Grasshopper showcased at White House

President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence stop to look at a lawnmower, manufactured by Grasshopper Company in Kansas, on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, Monday, July 17, 2017, during a “Made in America,” product showcase featuring items created in each of the U.S. 50 states. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)



Grasshopper Mowers, an early pioneer and leading producer of zero-turn commercial-grade turf equipment and family owned business, represented Kansas at the Made in America Product Showcase, hosted by President Donald J. Trump at the White House on Monday, July 17.

Grasshopper Company representatives Trent Guyer, VP marketing (left), and Sean Mudgett, regional sales representative

The event highlighted and celebrated American-Made products and encourages other companies to manufacture their products in the United States. Accompanying President Trump at this event were the Vice President, Cabinet Secretaries, members of Congress, and members of the President’s Senior Staff.

White House groundskeepers rely on Grasshopper for its year-round versatility to easily change from mowing to debris collection to snow removal.

Company president Stan Guyer attributes product quality to continuous improvement throughout, whether it’s design to manufacturing to final assembly or delivering parts, This has led to a level unmatched in the industry. “Our priority is for each customer to happily reflect on their purchase at one, five or over 20 years and know they made the right choice.”

“We’re honored to represent Kansas backed by our company’s highly skilled employees utilizing the latest high-tech manufacturing,” said Trent Guyer, third-generation owner and event attendee. “Our practical decision-making approach values long-term business viability and employment.”