Fontaine Revolution Roadshow Makes Pit Stop at Hale Trailer Brake & Wheel
Joe Spinelli (L) of J Spinelli & Sons Inc., in Norma, N.J., had questions answered by Hank Prochazka (2nd From Left), president of Fontaine Commercial Trailer Group. Marc Staley (R) of Hale Trailer sales stands by to lend a hand.
(L-R): Frank De Mase of De Mase Trucking & Rigging in Lyndhurst, N.J., Brian Crist of Hale Trailer and Chris De Mase await the day’s activities.
The roast was a big hit; everyone chose different cuts from the pig during the buffet lunch that included many different options.
The 8,600 lb. (3,900 kg) Fontaine Revolution dropdeck is the lightest on the market, and has the largest payload due to a patented design employing unitized construction.
The Fontaine Revolution Roadshow stopped at Hale Trailer Brake & Wheel in Voorhees, N.J., on Aug. 27.
Emily Hartwell (L) and Kelly Hanafy, administrative assistants of Hale Trailer passed out important information and signed up attendees for a chance to win Phillies tickets and a flat screen TV.
The Fontaine Revolution Roadshow stopped at Hale Trailer Brake & Wheel Aug. 27 in Voorhees, N.J.
Hale Trailer was the tenth stop and ninth state on the Fontaine Revolution Roadshow USA tour. Fontaine’s new Revolution trailer is on display during the roadshow and will be given away to one lucky contestant to register online. The Revolution trailer has travelled nearly 3,225 mi. during the roadshow and still has three more stops along the way. The Roadshow started in Texas and will end in Illinois on Sept. 24.
Hale Trailer Brake & Wheel wanted to expand the event and succeeded. Hale Trailer displayed its Fontaine product line including the Velocity, Infinity and the new Revolution trailer. Also on display was the full line of Fontaine Heavy Haul products, including double-drops, extendables, and lowboys from 50 to 90 tons. This was the perfect opportunity to bring in customers and let them see everything Hale has to offer. As an added benefit to the buyers, Hale brought in representatives from Fontaine Trailer and Marmon Highway Technologies to help answer any questions the attendees had, which gave the buyers the best information possible.
Hale Trailer didn’t stop there. Everyone enjoyed a pig roast and prize giveaways. The roast was a big hit; everyone chose different cuts from the pig during the buffet lunch that included many different options. On top of a great lunch and a chance to win a new Revolution all-aluminum dropdeck trailer, Hale Trailer gave away Phillies tickets and a large flat screen television.
Overall the event was a huge success for Hale Trailer.
Fontaine Revolution Line
The 8,600 lb. (3,900 kg) Fontaine Revolution dropdeck is the lightest on the market, and has the largest payload due to a design employing unitized construction. In addition, the line has a load securement system designed to focus on driver convenience. The Revolution electrical system is backed by a 10-year comprehensive warranty.
Revolution trailers cut fuel costs in a variety of ways, according to the manufacturer. The trailers low weight and unitized design make the trailer more efficient and track straighter to reduce friction. The sleek, aerodynamic shape reduces wind drag. Tires last on average 30 percent longer with the Revolution trailer, as it reduced bend and flex along with reducing tire scrub and road friction.
Revolution trailers are available in all-aluminum 52 and 60 flatbed along with a dropdeck model.
About Hale Trailer Brake & Wheel
Hale Trailer is among the largest independent full-service trailer dealerships with 12 East Coast branches from Maine to Florida. Hale also offers trailers for short and long-term rental, sells aftermarket parts and provides service. Hale carries a multi-million inventory with new and used trailers.
For more information visit http://haletrailer.com/fontaine.php.