Ditch Witch of Tenn. Holds Open House
Enjoying the day’s events and checking out a Kubota R420S compact wheel loader on display are (L-R) Bobby Gaines, Stansell Electric, Nashville, Tenn.; Mike Thilmony, Ditch Witch of Tenn.; and Bobby Couts also of Stansell Electric.
Finished with their preparations for the event and awaiting the first wave of guests are (L-R) Ditch Witch of Tennessee’s owner Ray Romano; Sales Manager, Doug Champion; and Kubota Sales Specialist, Gary Herron.
Gary Herron (L), Ditch Witch of Tennessee and Cary Frazier, Cary Frazier General Contractors, Rockville, Tenn., discuss the features of a Kubota KX121-3 Super Series compact excavator.
As the open house was under way, the parts counter was still very active as (L-R) Joe Hunt and Josh Graham of Ditch Witch of Tennessee address the needs of Joe Maturo, American Underground, Rockmart, Ga.
While looking over a new Ditch Witch FX30 vacuum excavator, Jerry Butterball (L), Appalachian Pipeline, Hendersonville, Tenn., catches up with his Ditch Witch of Tennessee sales representative, Doug Stephens.
(L-R): McGuire Brown and his dad Pete Brown of AAA Plumbing, Old Hickory, Tenn., talk to Dean Terry, Ditch Witch of Tennessee, about a Kubota B26 tractor loader backhoe of interest.
A vast array of Kubota machines was on display and specially priced for the one-day event.
Lots of new Ditch Witch machines were on display including the impressive RT115 Quad equipped with a Hydra Wheel 42-inch rock saw.
The open house event was held at Ditch Witch of Tennessee’s Nashville branch located at 140 Charter Place in LaVergne, Tenn.
A steady stream of customers and guests made their way to the Ditch Witch of Tennessee Open House on June 15 at the company’s Nashville area branch. Dealer principal Ray Romano purchased the company on Sept. 1, 2010, and soon after added the Kubota line.
Romano said, “The open house event was held specifically for providing more product awareness for the Kubota line.”
Kubota representatives were on hand to assist with the day’s activities. Martin’s Barbeque, famous throughout the south catered the event. Special low pricing on new and used machines and reduced rental rates were available the entire day and prizes were awarded throughout the day as well.