Bobcat of Greenville Open House Provides Machine Demos

Guests were rewarded with as much as 40 percent off parts and also got to give a few pieces of heavy equipment a spin.

Wed May 15, 2013 - Southeast Edition
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Paul Wigington (L) of Wigington Farms in Piedmont, S.C., listens to Jim Dills of Bobcat of Greenville discuss the Bobcat T590 track loader.
Paul Wigington (L) of Wigington Farms in Piedmont, S.C., listens to Jim Dills of Bobcat of Greenville discuss the Bobcat T590 track loader.
Paul Wigington (L) of Wigington Farms in Piedmont, S.C., listens to Jim Dills of Bobcat of Greenville discuss the Bobcat T590 track loader. Todd Owens (L) of Bobcat of Greenville and Leon Michael of Leon Michael Construction in Roebuck, S.C., inspect the Bobcat E60 excavator. Jerome Clinkscales (L) and Stacy Stegall both of Stegall Corp. in Easly, S.C., pick up some Bobcat hydraulic fluid. Mark Stewart (L) of Baldor Electric in Greenville purchases discounted parts from Matt Hensley of Bobcat of Greenville. Guests enjoy a lunch of subs, potato salad, cookies, chips and drinks. The latest Bobcat machines lined up for the Bobcat of Greenville open house. John Hopper, (L) general manager, Bobcat of Greenville welcomes Leon Michael of Leon Michael Construction in Roebuck, S.C. (L-R): Ron O’Dell of Golden Strip Contractors in Piedmont, S.C., asks William Bowen and Todd Owens both of Bobcat of Greenville about the Bobcat S150 skid steer loader.

Bobcat of Greenville, S.C., held an open house at its facility on April 26. The event was held from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at its facility on River Road. During the open house all parts were discounted at 10 to 40 percent off. Special pricing and financing on Bobcat compact equipment and attachments was available. A Bobcat operator rodeo was held and the guests tested the excavators, track loaders and skid steer loaders.




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