Ariens is a manufacturer for all seasons. The company makes a line of consumer lawn and garden equipment. Its mowers to tillers are sold under multiple brands including the Ariens name, and its snow removal equipment under the Sno-Thro brand. Semi-famous "Lawnmower Boy" Ryan Tripp used an Ariens mower to mow the grounds of 50 state capitols and the White House -- all for charity. The company's Stens Corp. offers aftermarket replacement parts for power equipment via catalog sales and dealers in more than 30 countries. Ariens also produces Gravely-brand commercial grounds-maintenance equipment, and the Locke and National brands for intricate golf course maintenance. The family of founder Henry Ariens owns Ariens.