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By being Power Pro accredited, your dealership

  • Verifies that a significant investment has been made in your facilities, wholegoods, parts inventories, employees, training, tools and equipment, business systems, and marketing and advertising 
  • Clearly states to consumers, manufacturers, distributors, and others that your dealership follows a universal set of professional industry standards in facility, sales, parts, and service
  • Improves its quality because your dealership willingly submits to periodic self-evaluation and peer review to maintain accreditation requirements
  • Creates a distinct brand (Power Pro) to assure consumers that they can expect a high level of service and integrity from your dealership

Accreditation lets customers know you provide:

  Customer Satisfaction Product Excellence                  
  Expert Service Professional Image  

Full service dealers can earn Power Pro accreditation when they verify significant attention has been paid to ensure excellence in their facilities, wholegoods, parts, inventories, employee salaries and training, tools and equipment, business systems, and advertising. Read more >>


Get Started: Become a Power Pro dealer!

Step 1

Complete dealership

Step 2


Step 3

Once approved,
send payment

Accredited dealers will receive door/window stickers, an accreditation certificate and marketing materials so that they can proudly show they are official Power Pro dealers.

Power Pro accreditation fees are as follows:

  • Single store dealerships: $395 for members of a NAEDA-affiliated association; $595 for non-members.
  • Multi-store dealerships: $395 for the main store, $195 for each additional location, $1,200 maximum (non-members add $200).

To pay by mail, send a check to NAEDA, 1195 Smizer Mill Road, Fenton, MO 63026. To pay by credit card, call NAEDA at 636/349-6205.


Dealer Profile

Image: Waconia Farm Supply

One-stop shopping in Minnesota - more than equipment draws sales

Image: F.B. McAfoos & Co.

 Three generations of sales success -- Southern Illinois dealer serves several markets.

Image: Sohar's All Season Mower Service, Inc.

Ohio dealer finds right combination for success

Image: A-1 Outdoor Power, Inc.

The first of the best: Minnesota dealer is first to earn Power Pro accreditation