Bobcat Enterprises Hosts Events

📅   Tue January 17, 2017 - Midwest Edition
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Chris Seta (R), Bobcat Enterprises Columbus market manager, provides instruction to Lloyd Helmuth of Helmuth Farms regarding the operation of a remote controlled S740 Bobcat skid steer loader at the Hilliard branch.
Chris Seta (R), Bobcat Enterprises Columbus market manager, provides instruction to Lloyd Helmuth of Helmuth Farms regarding the operation of a remote controlled S740 Bobcat skid steer loader at the Hilliard branch.
Chris Seta (R), Bobcat Enterprises Columbus market manager, provides instruction to Lloyd Helmuth of Helmuth Farms regarding the operation of a remote controlled S740 Bobcat skid steer loader at the Hilliard branch. Thomas Trapp, Bobcat Enterprises president, welcomes attendees to the recently renovated Hilliard Branch location. Lenny Garrard, Bobcat Enterprises, checks in with Evan Fowle, Luke Kincaid, Victor and Jerry Canini, all of Felix Construction Co. at the Hilliard branch. Armando Tempesta (L) of Armando Concrete Construction talks with Dave Degood of Bobcat Enterprises at the Hilliard Branch. (L-R): Lee Pletcher, LaVergne Pabian, Gary Cartel, Ray Gosnell and Henry Bailey, all of Car Nut Snow Removal, enjoy lunch at Bobcat Enterprises Reynoldsburg branch. (L-R): Joe Fiore and John Johnson, both of Fiore Contracting, talk with Tim Cannon, Bobcat Enterprises, at the Reynoldsburg open house event. Kimberly Trapp, Bobcat Enterprises general manager,  joins Kevin Eavers, Reynoldsburg branch manager, to showcase the dealership’s lineup of Doosan machines

Bobcat Enterprises recently held customer appreciation open house events at the dealership's Columbus, Ohio, market branches in Hilliard and Reynoldsburg, Ohio. According to Chris Seta, Columbus market manager, the events were held as a way of thanking the dealership's loyal customers while showcasing recent renovations at the Hilliard location and to officially commemorate the dealership's new Reynoldsburg facility.

Renovations at the Hilliard branch include the addition of a new wash bay, upgrades to the showroom and a resurfaced parking lot. The move from a leased facility in Reynoldsburg to the company-owned branch, conveniently located just off Interstate 70 at 182 Humphries Dr., Reynoldsburg, Ohio, represents the company's dedication to the eastern Columbus market. The full-service facility includes eight service bays and a fully stocked parts department, and it will operate as a full service, rentals and sales branch for the dealership. City officials and Tom McCloud, Reynoldsburg mayor attended the open house to help commemorate the new branch.

Attendees including area contractors, municipal maintenance employees, farmers and landscape contractors received door prizes, enjoyed a catered lunch and visited with Bobcat Enterprises personnel. Guests also had the opportunity to check out the latest equipment offered by the dealership. CEG

For more information, visit www.bobcat-ent.com.