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ortheast Oklahoma is STIHL country. Between frequent, destrucƟ ve weather events and the area’s lengthy


growing season, America’s #1 selling brand of gasoline- powered handheld outdoor power equipment has you covered.


Landowners who know depend on quality STIHL power equipment for a quick clean-up following an ice storm or tornado, as well as reliable maintenance over northeast Oklahoma’s 200-plus-day growing season. They know that STIHL equipment is tough enough to tame even the most daunƟ ng outdoor tasks.


STIHL’s status as the country’s top-selling brand is an impressive accomplishment when you consider that STIHL products are not sold in big box stores. STIHL is sold only by servicing dealers—people who are outdoor power tool professionals.


From its legendary chainsaws, dependable trimmers, powerful blowers and industry-leading construcƟ on tools, STIHL products are designed for reliability and built for the long haul. That's why so many people use them and recommend them.


STIHL tools are German-engineered, and most of them are built right here in America. It's no surprise that STIHL uƟ lizes the highest-quality metals, innovaƟ ve polymers and other materials you simply won't ⇒ nd on a lot of other brands. But that's what you do when you build products people depend on.


Northeast Oklahoma Electric CooperaƟ ve and its subsidiary Northeast Rural Services are proud to oī er authorized sales and service of STIHL quality power products. We carry chain saws, trimmers and blowers, including gasoline- powered, electric and baƩ ery-operated models. Accessories such as guide bars, chains, trimmer line and heads are also for sale.


An enhanced display graces the lobby in Vinita.


8 - NE Connection Our full-Ɵ me technician improves service to customers.


You can view the display of STIHL products in the front lobby at cooperaƟ ve headquarters in Vinita Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. A full-Ɵ me cerƟ⇒ ed STIHL technician is also on staī to keep your equipment going strong. Service hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.


“Northeast Rural Services became an authorized servicing dealer for STIHL in 2002,” explained David Cusick, Manager of Northeast Rural Services’ Right-of-Way Division. “This venture began as a way to maximize eĸ ciency for our crews in the ⇒ eld. We also wanted to be able to oī er these tremendous products and services to members of our communiƟ es who we knew would appreciate the quality and reliability.”z


An assortment of chainsaws, providing ample inventory from which customers may chose.


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