Stillwater Turf & Power gets chamber welcome

Photo courtesy of Greater Stillwater Chamber of Commerce
Todd Kockelman, left, of K-F Financial and chamber ambassador,; Lori Johnson, Lake Elmo Bank; Doug Lacher, Stillwater Gazette and chamber ambassador; Marty Foote, KLBB Radio and chamber ambassador; George Miller, New England Financial and chamber ambassador; Art Crain, owner of Stillwater Turf & Power; Joni Polehna, Mind Body Spirit Integration and chamber ambassador; Leah Breitbach, Lake Area Bank and chamber ambassador; Jim Herbert, First State Bank & Trust and chamber ambassador; Judy Berg, Go Buy Local and chamber ambassador; Debbie Suennen Rickard, chamber ambassador and Lori Schumacher, Lake Elmo Bank, attend a Sept. 13 ribbon cutting at Stillwater Turf & Power. Rose Floral of Stillwater donated the ribbon.

Stillwater Turf & Power owner Art Crain was joined by other local business owners for a Sept. 13 ribbon-cutting ceremony sponsored by the Greater Stillwater Chamber of Commerce.

Stillwater Turf & Power is a new family-owned business providing power equipment services that include maintenance and repair from compact utility trailers to push mowers and handheld construction equipment.

They company also services dirt bikes and older ATVs, as well as offer blade and chain sharpening and tire repair. Stillwater Turf & Power also carries an inventory of used equipment that is for sale, does pickup and delivery, and offers consignment services.

Crain decided to open his own business after more than 10 years in the industry. His experience in parts, service, and sales enable him to bring many skill sets to his business.

Stillwater Turf & Power is located at 1778 Greeley St. in Stillwater. For more information, visit or call (651) 430-4944.