Tri-State Bobcat Hosts Events in Burnsville, Hudson, Wis.

Tri-State Bobcat held two events, the first was an open house at its Burnsville, Minn., location and the second was to mark the company’s grand opening in its new Hudson, Wis., location.

📅   Fri June 03, 2016 - Midwest Edition


Mac Pautz of Pautz Concrete, Webster, Minn., and a longtime Tri-State Bobcat customer, gets the company’s S185 serviced at the Burnsville open house.
Mac Pautz of Pautz Concrete, Webster, Minn., and a longtime Tri-State Bobcat customer, gets the company’s S185 serviced at the Burnsville open house.
Mac Pautz of Pautz Concrete, Webster, Minn., and a longtime Tri-State Bobcat customer, gets the company’s S185 serviced at the Burnsville open house. 
During the Burnsville open house, Ben Boeding (L), park mainteneance supervisor of the city of Eagan, Minn., stands with Jon Almquist, Toro district sales manager, Bloomington, Minn., and the new Toro Grand Stand mower series.
Ron Smith (L) of Farmington, Minn., catches up with Bill Quirk, Tri-State Bobcat owner, at the Burnsville open house.
(L-R): Tim Myre; Jim Schoepke; Jon Quirk, sales manager of Tri-State Bobcat; and Brent Kaley and Eric Hamilton of the Edina school district grounds crew attend the Burnsville open house event.  
Tri-State Bobcat in Hudson, Wis., hosted a well-attended grand opening event on April 29 to 30 to celebrate its move to a much larger, completely remodeled facility.     
Trevor Sire (L) of Outdoor Images Inc., Eagan, Minn., shares a laugh with Nick Kentros, Tri-State Bobcat of Hudson salesman. 
Dennis Bick (L) and Aaron Huntsman, grounds supervisors of the Minnesota Department of Corrections, Stillwater, Minn., look for equipment from Tri-State Bobcat in Hudson.
Jeff Varner (L), Tri-State Bobcat salesman, stands with Milo Johnson, Bobcat regional director of dealer accounts Midwest, near a new Bobcat S595 in the huge indoor showroom in Tri-State Bobcat’s Hudson location.

Tri-State Bobcat held two events, the first was an open house at its Burnsville, Minn., location and the second was to mark the company's grand opening in its new Hudson, Wis., location.

The Burnsville open house took place April 22 and featured equipment displays from various manufacturers, including Finn, Wacker Neuson, Bobcat, Bandit and many more. Guests also enjoyed a free barbecue lunch, door prizes and giveaways and a one-day special sale.

Tri-State Bobcat in Hudson, Wis., hosted a well-attended grand opening event on April 29 to 30 to celebrate its move to a much larger, completely remodeled facility. In addition to the Bobcat brand, Tri-State is an authorized dealer of Toro, Stihl, Bandit, Avant, Wacker Neuson and Finn.

Pastries and coffee were served in the morning and a free barbecue lunch was served. Attendees registered for a wide variety of door prizes and received many giveaway items. Employees and factory representatives were on hand to showcase Tri-State Bobcat's huge inventory of new equipment and demonstrate equipment operation and uses. Also on hand were artists of Cape Cod Chainsaw Art and Kathy Hemen won the drawing for one of their pieces.

Grand prize drawing winners were Ron King, who won a Toro lawn mower, Clifford Lund, who won a Stihl trimmer and Hank VanDyke, who won a Weber grill. Walter Nechville, Rudy Jungwirth, Scott Sucket, Doug Matejcek and Jeff Bork each won a $500 gift certificate toward an attachment purchase. In addition, other attendees won Amazon and Gander Mountain gift cards and Minnesota United soccer tickets.

Owners Bill and Jon Quirk want to thank all who attended the grand opening, extend an appreciation for all their business and wish everyone a great Spring and Summer.

The company has been in operation since 1983 and has two other locations in Burnsville and Little Canada, Minn.