Moe’s Generators & Equipment are a local business in Lavonia that are definitely worth emulating if you’re thinking about starting up your own small business.
Moe’s Generators & Equipment is proud to announce the opening of a new 6,000 square foot showroom in the central downtown area. Within easy reach of surrounding suburbs, residents far and wide can view the latest models and accessories for home and recreational use.
Fueled by an upsurge in demand over the last six months, Moe’s envisions serving both wholesale and retail customers with generators of all types. Special discounts and incentive programs will be the hallmark of the grand opening on October 15th.
Moe’s prides itself on customer service and top quality. As in the past, the new merchandise will represent the best in the industry with the latest in battery-operated and gas-powered generators. Related equipment will be available by catalogue if not already in the current inventory.
Owners, Jean and Loren Price, are members of the Lavonia Chamber of Commerce and have been active in the community for 17 years. Their school lunch program has been recognized as a model of its kind. Furthermore, their annual camping session for teens is an on-going enterprise to which local youth look forward with anticipation each summer. As always, the Prices promise expert instruction in the care and maintenance of generators to participants and their parents. Effective and proper usage will be demonstrated prior to the trip in the showroom.
Donations for the youth lunches are collected in the store and on line at www.mygenset.net. The public is encouraged to help fund the vital program. A raffle will be conducted at the grand opening with a master generator as the prize. Rumor has it that it is a pricy Yeti 1250 by Goal Zero. All proceeds will go to the local schools targeted exclusively for meals. The winner of the unit will be welcome to join the camping outing and bring family member of all ages.
Moe’s had been a purveyor of commercial and residential building materials for twenty years segueing into generators and equipment five years ago, including mains backup systems. The niche the company fills is growing as people learn the value of generators in everyday life as well as in emergency situations.
The new showroom is adjacent to the company warehouse making product delivery fast and easy. You can come in, select your preference, and drive home in less than an hour. If you don’t see what you need, they will find it for you! While repairs are infrequent, any service is also on premises. Parking is ample and can accommodate RVs.
Ten local employees can be found assisting customers seven days a week at Moe’s Generator’s and Equipment. With over twenty-five years of experience, the family-operated business knows the needs of the community when it comes to generators. Local farmers, business executives, fire and police forces, and school administrators all testify to the value of Moe’s presence in the area. Evening hours are available on Fridays.