Blanchard CAT Holds Yard Sale at Columbia, S.C., Facility
The event was a chance to spend some time with customers and offer them sales specials before the end of the year.
Wed December 24, 2014 - Southeast Edition Construction Equipment Guide
The Blanchard CAT yard sale consisted of 70 machines ranging from excavators, to logging equipment and skid steer loaders. (L-R): Art Catoe, Angela Plaugh, John Spires and Harry Hurley attend the event.
Blanchard CAT held a yard sale Dec. 11 at its facility in Columbia, S.C. The event featured low prices and a variety of equipment.
Harry Hurley, used equipment manager at Blanchard CAT, said the event was a chance to spend some time with customers and offer them sales specials before the end of the year.
“Our goal for the yard sale was to see customers we haven’t seen in a while and offer them great deals on inventory we were ready to move. We had lots of used equipment on-hand, including earthmoving machines, generators, forestry and recycling equipment, attachments and more.”
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