West Side Tractor Sales Co. Hosts Indy Golf Outing
(L-R): West Side Tractor Sales Co. President Steve Benck, Bob Wright and Neal Hall, also of West Side Tractor Sales Co., and Jon Smith of Smith Projects are enjoying the post-golf banquet.
Tom Geopfrich (L) of West Side Tractor Sales Co. and Fountain County Highway Superintendent Rusty Peevler relax after partnering for a great round of golf.
West Side Tractor Sales Co. President Steve Benck welcomes everyone to the golf outing.
West Side Tractor Sales Co. Marketing Manager Lauren Coffaro (L) and West Side Tractor Sales Co. President Steve Benck (R) congratulate “closest to the pin” winner John Grigsby.
Wade Stevens (L) wins longest putt of the day honors and earns congratulations from West Side Tractor Sales Co. President Steve Benck.
(L-R): West Side Tractor Sales Co. Marketing Manager Lauren Coffaro takes times to visit with the tournament’s winning team of Mitch Oard, David Ridge, Jeff Jean and Matt Grubb of the Monroe County Highway Dept., and West Side Tractor Sales Co. President Steve Benck.
(L-R): Second place finishers Jerry Closser of Millennium Construction, Brian Riordan of West Side Tractor Sales Co., Neil Mulrooney of Gradex and Lenny Green of Miller Pipeline are congratulated by West Side Tractor Sales Co. President Steve Benck.
(L-R): The third place of Perry Kinney, John Grigsby, and Tony and Ron Maiden of L.E. Myers visits with West Side Tractor Sales Co. President Steve Benck.
More than 100 golfers participated in the scramble.
A John Deere high speed dozer greets guests as they arrive at the course.
(L-R): Mark Spera of Nesco, West Side Sales Manager Tom Stern, West Side Sales Representative Nathan Rhoades and Greg Fleming of Fleming Excavating are enjoying the beautiful day.
A foursome from Shelby Materials takes care of business on the putting green.
Guests enjoyed dinner and drinks following the golf tournament.
West Side Tractor Sales Co. held its second annual Indiana Golf Outing Aug. 20 at the Fort Golf Course in Indianapolis.
More than 100 players from 30 different companies throughout the state of Indiana participated in the event. The winners of the day included Pat Conley of Miller Pipeline with the longest drive; John Grigsby of L.E. Myers with the “closest to the pin,” and Wade Stevens of Rumpke of Indiana with the longest putt.
“Allie Gator,” the star of West Side’s Pink Gator fundraiser, made an appearance and guests could purchase raffle tickets for a chance to win Allie. All proceeds from the Pink Gator Fundraiser will be donated to the YWCA Women’s Cancer Program in Lafayette, Ind. To date, more than $8,000 has been raised. The winner will be announced in October during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
2012 marks West Side’s 50th anniversary. Started in 1962, West Side began with one John Deere construction and forestry dealership with three employees on the “west side” of Chicago. Fifty years later, the third-generation family operation now serves more than 80 counties with 10 locations spanning across Illinois, Indiana and Michigan.