Slow start to spring season prompts sales warning at Briggs

04/21/2008 | TMC Internet Telephony

The housing slump, a sluggish economy and high lawn mower inventories prompted Briggs & Stratton Corp. to lower its sales and profit outlook. The Wauwatosa, Wis.-based maker of mower engines and lawn products said it might stop producing engines in May if lawn and garden sales don't pick up. "We are anticipating much lower sales of both our engines and end products," said Briggs president and chief executive John Shiely.

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