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Bobcat of Charleston Open House Educates Customers

Attendees got to pick up some heavily discounted parts - and a shot at testing out some heavy iron.

Tue May 28, 2013 - Southeast Edition
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Frederick Bradshaw (L) of Bradshaw Inc. in Charleston, S.C., talks to Billy Hall of Bobcat of Charleston about available discounts.
Frederick Bradshaw (L) of Bradshaw Inc. in Charleston, S.C., talks to Billy Hall of Bobcat of Charleston about available discounts.
Frederick Bradshaw (L) of Bradshaw Inc. in Charleston, S.C., talks to Billy Hall of Bobcat of Charleston about available discounts. Bernard Chisolm (L) and Roger Waddle of Alpha Genesis Inc., Early Branch, S.C., look over rubber tracks offered by Bobcat of Charleston. Martin Moran (L) and Tracy Bentz, both of Bobcat of Charleston, show the cab-over design of the Bobcat T550 track loader. Rodney Jason (L) and Rod Pace of Austin Outdoor in Charleston, S.C., inspect the engine on the Bobcat T550. Bob Whitley (L) of Bobcat of Charleston and Roger Eagle of Isle of Palms Fire Department talk about the Bobcat E42 excavator. Danny Gosnell of Atlantic Electric, Charleston, S.C., inspects the Bobcat track loader. James Faile of Bobcat of Charleston fills a parts order for José Castigo of Palmetto Gunite in Charleston, S.C.

Bobcat of Charleston held an open house at its facility on May 16. The event was held at its North Charleston facility.

During the open house all parts were discounted at 10 to 40 percent off retail pricing. Special pricing and financing on Bobcat compact equipment and attachments was available during the open house. A Bobcat maintenance school was held and guests learned how to maximize the life of their Bobcat machines. The attendees were able to test out different award winning products from Bobcat including excavators, track loaders and skid steer loaders.




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