STIHL is much more than world-class chainsaws and handheld outdoor power equipment. Individuals from around the world participate in STIHL sponsored events such as the STIHL® TIMBERSPORTS® Series, the STIHL Tour des Trees and more. These events represent STIHL with a strong commitment to high performance, success and support of the outdoor power equipment industry.
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Established in 1985, the STIHL® TIMBERSPORTS® Series assembles the world’s top lumberjack athletes to compete in the Original Extreme Sport.
The STIHL Tour des Trees is the signature fundraising event of the Tree Research and Education Endowment Fund (TREE Fund). This weeklong, 500-mile cycling event has become America's largest fundraiser to improve the care of trees through research and education.
STIHL showcases its products and supports various industry organizations through exhibiting and sponsorship at trade shows.
STIHL Inc. is fostering the next generation of skilled manufacturing workers through our annual Manufacturing Technology Summer Camp.
STIHL is proud to support the National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) and the sole Platinum (top) sponsor of the NCLC, a college level landscaping competition testing the students' knowledge across all disciplines in the industry. Over 900 students from 70+ colleges and universities compete in a variety of green industry disciplines including the STIHL "Small Engine" competition, where the students are challenged to apply their skill and knowledge in engine fault analysis and repair.
The entertaining and educational DLW Timberworks Lumberjack show is a unique blend of sport, history and comedy that guarantees fun for all participants. Sponsored by STIHL and owned and operated by Dave Weatherhead, the show features three different rigs that travel around the country playing to thousands of fans in venues large and small.
STIHL is a proud sponsor of the Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show and Lumberjack Feud entertainment shows. Both provide entertainment for thousands of fans each year. The Alaskan show based in Ketchikan, Alaska was featured as one of the "Top 10 Things to See in Alaska" by the Travel Channel, and the Feud show was featured in "USA Today."