Monroe Tractor Hosts Open House in N.Y.
Attendees enjoy a delicious barbecue lunch provided by R & R Barbecue.
(L-R): Bryce Davis, Tony Wight and Ken Graham, all of LeeBoy, are on hand to answer questions about the equipment.
Jim Fox, aggregate equipment sales manager of Monroe Tractor, attends the event.
Factory reps, product support specialists, lubrication suppliers and finance representatives all participate in the open house and answer questions.
Janet Felosky, president of Monroe Tractor, stands with, Monroe Tractor’s new general manager of the construction equipment division, Chuck Miller.
Barre Banks (L), president of Midland Machinery, talks with Chris Felosky, product support manager of Monroe Tractor, about the latest advancements in the Midland SPR-6 road widener.
(L-R): Jim Fox, Case product specialist; Kim Wilber, Monroe Tractor rental manager; Marc Padoleski, Case factory representative; and Mark Sandle, Monroe Tractor district manager, are ready to answer questions about Case equipment.
Michael Mastrangelo (L), branch manager of Monroe Tractor’s Buffalo facility, discusses product features on the Wirtgen milling machine with Dave Raposa, district manager of Wirtgen America.
Monroe Tractor held an open house Nov. 7 and 8 at its Buffalo, N.Y., facility. Monroe Tractor has a 61 year history of representing construction equipment brands, including Case, Wirtgen, Doosan, LeeBoy and Midland. Equipment users, including contractors and municipalities from across western New York, gathered to enjoy lunch and refreshments and to learn about the latest advances in construction equipment available for Monroe Tractor's many vendors.
Monroe Tractor is a family-owned, heavy construction equipment dealership with locations in Albany, Syracuse, Rochester and Buffalo, N.Y.