Robotic Lawn Mowing Arrives in Pinellas County

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Mowbot’s high-tech franchise brings the future of lawn care to the St. Petersburg area

October 28, 2020 // Franchising.com // ST. PETERSBURG, Florida – Mowbot, the nation’s leading robotic lawn mower service, is opening a new location, Mowbot of Pinellas.

St. Petersburg couple Tim and Kim Church are partnering with Mowbot, a new state-of-the-art national franchise, and Husqvarna, the world’s leading provider of outdoor power products, to bring robotic lawnmowers to lawn-loving businesses and homeowners in Pinellas County.

The little bot, which works with GPS technology and artificial intelligence, lives in homeowners and runs entirely on battery power. High-tech lawn service disrupts the $ 99.5 billion worth of lawn care industry with its clean, environmentally friendly, and quiet solution to lawn mowing. It’s the perfect way for homeowners, landscaping companies, recreational spaces, property management groups and homeowners associations to save time and the environment while caring for Florida’s fast-growing hot-weather grasses. The bot mows the lawn alone, day or night, rain or shine.

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With a background in business and franchising, Tim and Kim Church saw the unique opportunity that Mowbot offers with its advanced robotic technology and the impact it can have in a busy tourist area with 500 miles of coastline.

“This is a great opportunity to reduce our carbon footprint,” said Tim Church. “Mowbot really corresponds to our core values ​​of protecting the environment and protecting our customers. Plus, it’s just so cool. Cant wait to become ‘The Mowbot Guy’ in town! “

While other companies closed during COVID, the lawn teams are still on duty. The benefits of Mowbot are particularly attractive during quarantine and uncertainty regarding the transmission of the virus. Mowbot removes trust in traditional lawn crews for multiple people moving from farm to farm. With the bot, you don’t have to worry about social distancing and disease spread. Additionally, the battery-powered bot’s quiet motor is a welcome alternative to the noisy fans and mowers that disrupt the workflow in home offices across Pinellas County.

North Carolina-based businesspeople Tony Hopp and Jeff Dudan founded Mowbot because they saw the robotic revolution coming. There is also the possibility of being a major disruptor in the obsolete and dirty lawn care industry benefiting from a high-tech, environmentally friendly alternative.

“We are very excited about how excited Tim and Kim Church are to join the Mowbot family,” said Tony Hopp, CEO of Mowbot. “Having come from a franchise consultancy, Tim saw a variety of options, but chose Mowbot. We will make a great team! “

Pinellas Mowbot Pinellas Mowbot serves St. Petersburg, Clearwater, the Beaches, Seminole, Largo, Gulfport and the surrounding areas. For more information on Pinellas County’s newest high-tech lawn care business, visit their website.

About Mowbot

Headquartered in Durham, North Carolina, Mowbot was founded in 2017 by a proven team with experience building a large network of home service franchises and building businesses with new and innovative technologies. The team has a unique background that combines a deep understanding of the technical platform with franchise operations. Mowbot comes to market with a proven infrastructure to support franchisees and a business concept aimed at providing residential and commercial customers with robotic lawn mowers in the most responsible and efficient manner.

SOURCE Mowbot

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