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Altorfer Inc. Hosts ’Get In, Get Real’ Demo Events in Urbana, Davenport

Nearly 300 attendees got some stick time on the latest models.

Fri June 28, 2013 - Midwest Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


Altorfer Inc. recently hosted two “Get In, Get Real” demonstration events in Urbana, Ill., on Aug. 7 and Davenport, Iowa, on Aug. 9.
Altorfer Inc. recently hosted two “Get In, Get Real” demonstration events in Urbana, Ill., on Aug. 7 and Davenport, Iowa, on Aug. 9.
Altorfer Inc. recently hosted two “Get In, Get Real” demonstration events in Urbana, Ill., on Aug. 7 and Davenport, Iowa, on Aug. 9. The all-day events brought in approximately 130 customers to Urbana and 150 to Davenport. The events featured Caterpillar equipment demos, challenges, static displays, walk-arounds, Cat Financial, product support and VisionLink/Product Link displays. Altorfer and Caterpillar experts were on site to show full machine capabilities. Those who pre-registered online were entered to win a free one-, two- or three-month rental of any Cat machine at their job site, sponsored by Altorfer Inc. and Caterpillar. All attendees also were automatically entered into a drawing for a free trip for two to ConExpo 2014, as well as various Cat door prizes. Kylee White and her uncle, Matt Stark, who works for the village of Andalusia, Ill., maneuver around an obstacle course together.

Altorfer Inc. recently hosted two “Get In, Get Real” demonstration events in Urbana, Ill., on Aug. 7 and Davenport, Iowa, on Aug. 9. The all-day events brought in approximately 130 customers to Urbana and 150 to Davenport and featured Caterpillar equipment demos, challenges, static displays, walk-arounds, Cat Financial, product support and VisionLink/Product Link displays.

Attendees were able to get stick time on some of Caterpillar’s newest models of dozers, wheel loaders, motorgraders and excavators, and Altorfer and Caterpillar experts were on site to show full machine capabilities.

To conclude the events, attendees enjoyed dinner, door prize drawings, and live music by local bands.




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