Nuss Honors Hardworking Americans at Open House
Dan Miller of Empire Bucket, Hudson, Wis., sits in a new Volvo MCT 125c track machine while Nuss Truck & Equipment’s Scott Leseman, regional sales manager, points out all the new features.
Terry Hoops of Truck Utilities, St. Paul, Minn., was on hand to answer any questions on the 50,000 lb. hook lift system installed on this 2013 Mack Granite Series truck.
Matt Wolfard (L), repair specialist, Nuss Truck & Equipment, with Army National Guardsman SFC Donald M. Nosko, Recruiting & Retention NCO, Roseville, Minn.
Timothy Trom (seated), vice president, finance and operations, Spray Control Systems, Byron, Minn., tries out the Volvo EX210 excavator simulator while Pete Stroh, Nuss Equipment, sales, SW territory, gives out some pointers.
(L-R): Nuss employees Amanda Rogers, sales coordinator; Brian Letourneau, truck sales, and Lowboy Driver Chad Eibensteiner meet and greet the guests.
In honor of those individuals who build, run, protect and keep America moving, Nuss Truck & Equipment hosted American Appreciation on Dec. 4, at its Roseville, Minn., location. Honorees included truck drivers, heavy equipment operators, diesel technicians and U.S. military personnel.
The event included a job fair with representatives from Associated General Contractors of Minnesota (AGCMN) and the Minnesota Trucking Association (MTA), area technical college representatives and students and U.S. military servicemen and women, Military vehicles, the Kathryn Clements Health & Wellness Seminar, Mack Performance Counts product display, a Volvo excavator simulator machine, and a pig roast also were featured.
A charity fundraiser for the Salvation Army was also set up and accepted toy donations for the Minnesota Trucking Association annual Trucks & Toys for needy children.