Want A LOT Of Caffeine For That 5 AM Snow Removing?


Let’s face it, it’s the doldrums of Winter and who couldn’t use a bit (or lots of) vitality–particularly if snow removing at 2 am is on the agenda! Cub Cadet, a Stanley Black & Decker model, has launched 3X Espresso by Cub Cadet, a limited-edition espresso roasted with thrice, sure THREE occasions, the caffeine of main blends for these early winter mornings when the atypical brew and snow blower aren’t as much as the duty.

Similar to Cub Cadet’s X Collection® snow blower lineup, 3X Espresso by Cub Cadet is engineered for the intense! It’s accessible in 12-ounce luggage of daring Mexican, Arabica, and Robusta complete beans roasted in partnership with Tidewater Espresso. A restricted amount will likely be made accessible completely by way of a giveaway.

Go to TheShed.CubCadet.com till January 31 and register for an opportunity to win a free bag of espresso. One grand prize winner additionally will take residence a Cub Cadet 3X® 26” Three-Stage Snow Blower. No buy is important to enter. (Go to TheShed.CubCadet.com for official guidelines.)

“Cub Cadet customers embrace a heavy, in a single day snowfall identical to most individuals embrace a morning cup of espresso. For them, an excessive snowfall presents a possibility to place our highly effective X Collection® snow blowers to work,” stated Mike Ford, product supervisor for snow blowers at Cub Cadet. “3X Espresso by Cub Cadet is our means of enhancing early morning snow removing whereas celebrating the enjoyment of simply shifting lots of snow with our snow blowers.”

3X Espresso by Cub Cadet was impressed by the Cub Cadet 3X® three-stage energy snow blower, the ace of the X Collection lineup that encompasses a patented three-stage system and a 420cc OHV engine with push-button electrical begin. The 3X is engineered to take away snowfall as much as roughly 23″, clear driveways massive sufficient for as much as 15 automobiles and deal with easy and gravel surfaces with ease.

For extra info, go to TheShed.CubCadet.com or observe Cub Cadet on FbTwitterInstagram and YouTube.


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