JCB of Chattanooga Thanks Its Customers During Event

A Fried chicken with all the sides lunch was served to more than 125 guests and a good time was had by all.

📅   Mon October 24, 2016 - Southeast Edition #22


Jim Myers (L) and Marty Owen, both of Paladin, answer questions about the selection of skid steer and compact track loader attachments on display, including this Paladin-Bradco Ground Shark heavy-duty brush cutter.
Jim Myers (L) and Marty Owen, both of Paladin, answer questions about the selection of skid steer and compact track loader attachments on display, including this Paladin-Bradco Ground Shark heavy-duty brush cutter.
Jim Myers (L) and Marty Owen, both of Paladin, answer questions about the selection of skid steer and compact track loader attachments on display, including this Paladin-Bradco Ground Shark heavy-duty brush cutter. Neal Adams (L) and Charles Webster, both of Adams Masonry, Chattanooga, Tenn., get a closer look at this JCB 510-56 telescopic forklift. (L-R): Joseph Mann, Bartell Morrison, Freehold, N.J.; Roger Wallen, owner of JCB of Chattanooga; and Tim Collins, Fulmer Concrete, Chattanooga, Tenn., attend the open house. Matt Sawyer (C), ASV factory representative, Grand Rapids, Minn., gives guests a comprehensive walk around of an ASV RT120 compact track loader with forestry package. (L-R): Eric Massinon of Chicago Pneumatic, Indianapolis, Ind., fields questions from Larry Allen and Greg Chapman, both of Chapman Concrete Construction, Chattanooga, Tenn., about the company’s products. (L-R): Kelly Ferrell and James Lusk, both of the Hamilton County, Tenn., department of education, talk with Nate Uphus, Felling Trailers, southeast regional sales manager, Nashville, Tenn. Guests relax at the JCB rolling lounge from Savannah, Ga. Tom Frazier, backhoe-loader product specialist of JCB, based in Savannah, Ga., puts on a show for the crowd using this JCB 4CX backhoe. (L-R): Bobby Allen and Roger Wallen, both of JCB of Chattanooga, welcome Rusty Blevins and Jackie Dishman, both of Chattanooga Public Works, to the open house. Nick Jones (second from L), JCB of Chattanooga sales manager, gives a warm welcome to his customers (L-R) Jason Hale, Robin York, Avery York and Andy York, all of York & Sons Quarries, Crossville, Tenn. Andrew Presswood (L), Presswood Construction, Cleveland, Tenn., and David Barker, JCB retail sales manager, based in Atlanta, Ga., inspect the engine of this JCB 100 C-1 mini-excavator.

JCB of Chattanooga hosted an open house event on Sept. 28 to say thank you to its customers and promote the newest JCB products available. Representatives of JCB as well as other manufacturers came out to showcase their products and support the event.

Giveaways and prizes were awarded throughout the day. A Mossberg “Turkey Special” pump shotgun and a 32-in. flat screen TV were the grand prizes. Fried chicken with all the sides lunch was served to more than 125 guests and a good time was had by all.