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Bobcat of North Jersey Named Official Dealer in Hudson Valley

Wed January 25, 2006 - Northeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Vincent Ryan, president of Bobcat of North Jersey, has announced that as of Jan. 1, 2006, his company has been appointed the new dealer of the Hudson Valley. It is fully responsible for the sales, rentals, parts and service of the entire Bobcat product line, including skid steers, excavators, compact track loaders and a full complement of attachments. This rounds out the Bobcat of North Jersey territory to the following counties in New Jersey: Essex, Hudson, Morris, Passaic, Sussex and Warren and in New York: Rockland, Orange, Sullivan, Ulster and Dutchess counties.

Currently, Bobcat of North Jersey has facilities in Totowa and Kenvil, NJ.

“We see a tremendous opportunity in the diverse nature of the markets in this growing area and promise to deliver the same high level of service and support that has proven to be our formula for success to this point,” Ryan said.

“In addition, multiple parts satellite locations will be established throughout northern New Jersey and in Hudson Valley to assist and ease the parts needs of the newly acquired customers.

Jim Dapp and Dan Morgan, both seasoned Bobcat salesmen, will be leading the sales effort, actively demonstrating all of the capabilities and benefits of the entire Bobcat line of equipment and attachments.

Bobcat of North Jersey was established in 1991 by Vincent Ryan and has grown over the past 15 years in business. With the addition of the Hudson Valley, Bobcat of North Jersey now covers 12 counties throughout northern New Jersey and New York.

“This expansion, and our selection to represent Bobcat, is a tribute to the past efforts of our whole organization and recognition of our commitment to the finest in compact equipment,” Ryan said.

For more information, call 877/9-BOBCAT.

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