Diamond Equipment Thanks Customers With Open House
Andy Spurling (L) of Spurling Properties tries out his new JLG 8042 SkyTrak telehandler he recently purchased from Diamond Equipment’s Mark Klodowski.
Allied Construction Products’ Rich Steinbrenner had a BR999 Rammer breaker on display at the open house.
Towmaster’s Bob Pace was on hand to help out with the festivities at the open house.
(L-R): Derek and Jeff Guisewite of Jeff Guisewite Inc. stopped in from Mt. Carmel, Ill., to catch up with Diamond Equipment’s Dave Clement and enjoy some lunch.
(L-R): Theresa Coleman of CNH Capital congratulates Chad Schauss and Mike Happe of Evansville, Ind., on the winning shots at the hoop with Adam Doll of Case Construction Equipment.
(L-R): Diamond Equipment’s Dennis Stanley Jr., Logan Cloud, and Ron Englert welcome Rick Crenshaw of Crenshaw Bros. LLC to the open house.
Westen Sublett (L) of Diamond Equipment joins Brad Hazelwood of Hazex to get a closer look at his newly purchased Case 580 Super N backhoe.
Diamond Equipment, established in 1969 by Terry Clement as Evansville, Ind.’s Case Construction Equipment dealership, and currently headed by Terry’s son Dave Clement, held its Annual Thanksgiving Open House on Nov. 16th.
As large as the dealership has gotten, it hasn’t forgotten to take time each Friday before Thanksgiving to welcome customers to its Evansville, Ind. facility for a holiday open house as a way of thanking them for their loyalty and patronage. This year marks its 42nd year of business.
Manufacturer representatives from Diamond Equipment’s product lines joined the Diamond Equipment crew to help out with the festivities, providing door prizes and information about equipment. In all, nearly 500 Diamond Equipment customers attended the event to enjoy lunch, win door prizes and catch up with Diamond Equipment’s employees.