Bobcat of Cerritos Showcases New Line at Open House

Operators got a chance to prove their agility and skill at the event.

Thu May 16, 2013 - West Edition
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Bob Cook (C), Bobcat of Cerritos owner, and Gary Kramer (R), Bobcat district service manager, speak with a customer during the open house.
Bob Cook (C), Bobcat of Cerritos owner, and Gary Kramer (R), Bobcat district service manager, speak with a customer during the open house.
Bob Cook (C), Bobcat of Cerritos owner, and Gary Kramer (R), Bobcat district service manager, speak with a customer during the open house. Stephen Sparhawk (L), Bobcat sales specialist with Jeff Fisher, owner of JL Fisher Construction in Fullerton. Russ Cook (L), Bobcat of Cerritos vice president, looks on as customers participate in the BobCare Service Clinic. Owners Bob (L) and Russ Cook welcomed everyone to the open house. Bobcat District Service Manager Gary Kramer conducts a service clinic. The all new M-class skid steer loaders on display. The Bobcat compact tractors on display. Stephen Sparhawk (L) with happy Bobcat customer Janet Selinske of the Mater Dolorosa Retreat Center.

Bobcat of Cerritos celebrated customers and friends by showing off the new line of Bobcat equipment at its May 1 open house.

The highlight of the open house was the Bobcat operator agility contest. The mini-excavator test was won by Rob Walters of So Cal Bobcat and Concrete Cutting with a time of 16 seconds. The skid steer contest was won by Jeff Fisher of JL Fisher Construction with a time of 46 seconds.

Gary Kramer, Bobcat district service manager, conducted service clinics to show the proper maintenance and care of the new Bobcat M-class machines. These were of special interest to the many city and county employees who attended the open house.

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