With this custom track loader, Leppo Rents continues the company’s trend of wrapping equipment in support of various charitable endeavors.
Leppo Rents, a Bobcat and JLG dealer, displayed a newly wrapped track loader to support Mission 22, an organization that provides psychological services to veterans. The loader will be added to the Leppo Rents rental fleet and a portion of its yearly revenue will be donated.
The idea for the wrap was birthed from a Facebook challenge between multiple Bobcat dealers. This charity challenge calls on others to wrap one of their machines for a cause they are passionate about. Leppo Rents also has lifts that support autism awareness and breast cancer awareness. Dealers across the nation are using this challenge to give back to their local community.
Just last year, Leppo has raised more than $5,000 for charitable endeavors. "A company can only be as strong as the community and customers it supports," said Joe Helline, marketing coordinator. "We, along with many other dealers who have taken up this charity challenge, are proud to bring awareness to the great organizations that work tirelessly to help those in need."
Leppo Equipment was founded by Roy and Stella Leppo in 1945 in Akron, Ohio. Currently, we have six full-service locations serving northeastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania. The company moved to its present Tallmadge store location in 1947. The facilities expanded to Canton in 1995, Youngstown in 1996, Wooster in 1998, Cleveland in 2004 and Cleveland-West in 2010.
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