Gyro-Trac Corporation is proud to announce that it has been approved for the National Purchasing BuyBoard® Cooperative.
May, 2017 Summerville, SC — FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Gyro-Trac Corporation has been awarded a BuyBoard® contract by the Local Government Purchasing Cooperative as well as a piggy-back award by the National Purchasing Cooperative. Beginning June 1, 2017, Gyro-Trac’s product line will be available for purchase through BuyBoard®.
The BuyBoard® National Purchasing Cooperative is sponsored by various national and statewide associations around the country. These organizations promote the benefits and value of the BuyBoard® to their respective memberships.
Membership in the Cooperative is open to all types of local government agencies in all states and membership is free.
About Gyro-Trac Corporation
Gyro-Trac manufacturers purpose-built, tracked Mulching Machines from 140hp – 350hp and high-flow and low-flow cutter-heads for skid steers, excavators, tractor booms, and small track-hoes. Gyro-Trac’s patented Sabre Tooth cutting technology produces more mulch for less total cost than any competitor. GT’s BBS-XP Biomass Baler is the most powerful mulch baler in the world.
Leveraging Discounts with Ease Nationwide
The BuyBoard® National Purchasing Cooperative is a cooperative formed between the National School Boards Association (NSBA) and several state school boards associations to streamline the buying process for schools, municipalities, and other public entities.
Developed to comply with state laws that require governmental entities to make purchases from an approved list of vendors who have gone through a competitive procurement process, BuyBoard® gives members the advantage of leveraging the Cooperative’s ability to obtain bulk discounts, combined with the ease of online, web-based shopping.
Attention Schools, Municipalities, Government Entities and Non-profits!
Interested in purchasing products or services from a nationwide network of vendors that are pre-approved, pre-vetted and with DISCOUNTED GOVERNMENT contracts pre-negotiated?