June 24, 2015 |

Hunt Brothers Pizza Announces Winners of ‘Mow Like a Pro’ Sweepstakes

Leader in convenience store foodservice industry awards over $36,000 in lawn care prizes to lucky recipients


NASHVILLE, Tenn. (June 24, 2015) — Hunt Brothers® Pizza announced today the six winners of brand new professional-grade Exmark mowers from the inaugural “Mow Like A Pro” sweepstakes. Wayne Sparks of Cusseta, Georgia, is the grand prize winner of the 2015 Exmark Lazer Z X-Series Riding Mower valued at $12,000.

“I couldn’t be more excited! Owning my own landscape business means I need quality mowers that I can rely on, so winning one of the top mowers on the market is a blessing,” said Sparks. “It’s great to finally have a new mower after wanting one for a very long time. Not only do I have the equipment I need to start cutting more grass, I can do it in style!”

Other Mow Like a Pro winners include:

  • First place: Joshua Calkins of Monterey, Louisiana, winning an Exmark Pioneer S-Series Riding Mower valued at $7,000
  • Second place: Regina Hale of Puxico, Missouri, winning an Exmark Quest S-Series Front Steer Riding Mower
  • Third Place (3): Suzanne Looney of Nettleton, Mississippi; Mathel Carter of Clarks, Louisiana; and Michelle Adams of Albany, Louisiana, each winning an Exmark Commercial 30 Walk-Behind Mower

“On behalf of Hunt Brothers Pizza, we congratulate all of the winners of the ‘Mow Like A Pro’ sweepstakes and thank all participants for their support,” said Keith Solsvig, vice president of marketing for Hunt Brothers Pizza. “This sweepstakes provided us an opportunity to connect with and reward many of our fans that are landscapers and enjoy the outdoors with a quality prize from one of the best brands in the landscaping industry.”

Hunt Brothers Pizza, in partnership with Exmark, launched the sweepstakes on February 16 to kick off the spring landscaping season. The sweepstakes ran through April 30 and generated entries from 47 states.

In addition to the six mowers, Hunt Brothers Pizza and Exmark also gave away 100 pairs of safety sunglasses and 100 pairs of work gloves. The total value of all prizes given out in Mow Like a Pro was $36,000. For the full list of winners, visit the Hunt Brothers Pizza newsroom.

With more than 7,300 locations in 28 states, Hunt Brothers® Pizza is the nation’s largest brand of made-to-order pizza in the convenience store industry. Perfect for today’s on-the-go lifestyle, Hunt Brothers Pizza offers original and thin crust pizzas with All Toppings No Extra Charge®, breakfast pizzas, plus Hunt Brothers® Wings and WingBites®. Headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee, Hunt Brothers Pizza is family owned and operated with 50 years of experience in offering all of the food products, marketing programs, equipment and training for convenience stores to operate their own turnkey pizza program. For more information about Hunt Brothers Pizza, visit huntbrotherspizza.com.

Exmark Manufacturing was incorporated in May 1982 as an independent manufacturer of professional turf care equipment. Today, it is the leading manufacturer of commercial mowers and equipment for the landscape professional, purchased 2 to 1 over the next best-selling brand. In additional to designing, building and marketing quality turf care equipment, Exmark’s goal is total customer satisfaction. All Exmark products are designed to help customers increase productivity while delivering unmatched quality. Products are sold to distributors and dealers who share the company’s commitment to customer service and quality products. Learn more at Exmark.com.

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