Tracey Road Equipment Holds Open House in Syracuse
An audience listens to Dave Duhn of the National Joint Powers Alliance (NJPA) explain the benefits of the national joint purchasing contracts that are now available to New York municipalities.
(L-R): Scott Thayer, compact equipment manager of Tracey Road Equipment; Carey Dail, regional sales manager of Terex; and Scott Collins, vice president of sales of Tracey Road Equipment, in front of the Terex TL80 compact loader.
George Usherwood of Tracey Road Equipment (L) talks with Jack Underberg from the town of Onondaga about a Felling trailer.
(L-R): Don Lawson, Chuck Haskins and John Sinnagen from the town of Dyrden, check out a new Schwarze Storm 4a sweeper that was on display at the open house.
Attendees wait for the compact rodeo to begin.
This 1946 Sterling truck was on display courtesy of WF Saunders & Sons. To honor the company’s founder who passed away, donations were accepted for the Wounded Warrior Program.
Recently, the town of Clay, town of Manlius and N.Y. Thruway Authority purchased trucks. These trucks were on display at the open house.
A lineup of recent truck sales to area municipalities.
Jay Barnwell of Tracey Road Equipment (L) stands with John Wheatley of the town of Onondaga in front of the new truck the town purchased.
(L-R): Chris Witt of C&S Sweeper Rentals; Greg Heyer, vice president of sales of Schwarze; Howard May, president of Schwarze; Jay Barnwell of Tracey Road Equipment; and Ray Milkie, regional sales manager of Schwarze, stand in front of the new M6 avalanche sweeper.
Hundreds of contractors and municipal employees attended the Tracey Road Equipment open house held at the company’s headquarters in East Syracuse, N.Y., on Oct. 2. The day featured seminars by Dave Duhn of NJPA and Tom Blackman of Cargill, a compact equipment rodeo and barbecue chicken lunch at noon.