46th Annual Power Show Showcases Latest Equipment

This year approximately 200 dealers, manufacturers and product and service providers filled more than 200,000 sq. ft. of exhibit space.

📅   Mon February 29, 2016 - Midwest Edition


(L-R): Rich Durst, Jeff Richards and Jason Crain, all of Columbus Equipment Company, speak with attendees about the company’s lineup of Komatsu, Kubota and Takeuchi equipment at the show.
(L-R): Rich Durst, Jeff Richards and Jason Crain, all of Columbus Equipment Company, speak with attendees about the company’s lineup of Komatsu, Kubota and Takeuchi equipment at the show.
(L-R): Rich Durst, Jeff Richards and Jason Crain, all of Columbus Equipment Company, speak with attendees about the company’s lineup of Komatsu, Kubota and Takeuchi equipment at the show.
JJ Sutphin stands ready to answer questions about tthe Multi One articulated compact loader at the Buckeye Equipment Sales display.
Rick Pileski, Buckeye Power Sales, explains the features of the Yanmar machines. 
Bob Candee (L) of Fecon joins Gabe Clark and Tony Little at the Company Wrench equipment display to talk about the dealerships lineup of equipment.
(L-R): Linda Kahler, Marti Smith, Jenny Archibald, Dennis Alford, Dave Kahler, all of OMEDA and Kim Rominger, OMEDA executive vice president/CEO, kept everything running smoothly at the 2016 Power Show. 
Andy Heist (L) and Jeff Pritt, Precision Laser & Instrument, talk with attendees about the latest laser and GPS technologies. 
Keith Darding stands at the Gravely display.

The 46th Annual Power Show Ohio was held on Jan. 28 to 30 at the Ohio Expo Center in Columbus, Ohio. Sponsored by the Ohio-Michigan Equipment Dealers Association, the event offers Ohio's agricultural, landscaping, grounds maintenance and construction industry professionals an opportunity to attend educational seminars and see the latest equipment, products and services. This year approximately 200 dealers, manufacturers and product and service providers filled more than 200,000 sq. ft. (18,580 sq m) of exhibit space in the Ohio Expo Center's Bricker Building & Celeste Center.

Educational seminars and presentations were conducted hourly starting at 10:00 a.m. in the Celeste Center throughout the three-day event. Sessions covered a range of subjects including equipment safety issues, crop production, online marketing tips and strategies for developing a succession plan to ensure family retention of farm operations.

With its origin as the Buckeye Implement Dealers Association and dating back more than 120 years, the Ohio-Michigan Equipment Dealers Association is one of the oldest organizations of its kind.

The non-profit association serves and promotes the interests of power equipment dealers in Ohio and Michigan.