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Bobcats Enterprises Hosts Doosan Demo Open House

Thu April 25, 2013 - Midwest Edition
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(L-R): Doosan Regional Manager Ron Hadaway discusses Doosan’s line of construction equipment with Ken Worley of Miami Valley Contractors and Mark Stearns of Bobcat Enterprises.
(L-R): Doosan Regional Manager Ron Hadaway discusses Doosan’s line of construction equipment with Ken Worley of Miami Valley Contractors and Mark Stearns of Bobcat Enterprises.
(L-R): Doosan Regional Manager Ron Hadaway discusses Doosan’s line of construction equipment with Ken Worley of Miami Valley Contractors and Mark Stearns of Bobcat Enterprises. Jim Masseu (L) of Dugan & Meyers in Cincinnati gets the run down on this DX350LC from Mike Stark, Doosan excavator product manager. Bobcat Enterprises’ Jim Kent was on hand to discuss the features of this Doosan DL450 wheel loader. Dave Ingram (L) of J.R. Jurgensen is joined by Bobcat Enterprises President Tom Trapp. Doosan Financial Sales Manager Kim Linville (L) and Bobcat Enterprises General Manager Arlen Swenson welcome attendees to the Doosan Demo event. Daryl Crear, Rumpke equipment manager, tries out the Doosan DL450 wheel loader.

Bobcats Enterprises recently held a Doosan Demo Open House at the dealership headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio. Doosan Construction Equipment Regional Manager Ron Hadaway and Financial Sales Manager Kim Linville also were on hand to help out during the event.

After an initial briefing on the Doosan machines on display outdoors, attendees were treated to lunch and a slide presentation that provided an overview of Doosan Infracore as the fifth largest manufacturer of construction equipment in the world.

Bobcat Enterprises General Manager Arlen Swenson provided opening comments about the company’s relationship with Doosan including background information on how Doosan Construction Equipment fit with the dealership’s philosophy of providing customers with quality equipment as well as their long term growth strategy.

A key feature of Doosan Construction Equipment is the equipment’s outstanding fuel efficiency relative to other manufacturers, said Swenson. Doosan employs a bigger cubic inch displacement in its engines so they don’t run as hard while delivering substantial power to meet demands of the job, added Swenson.

Bobcat Enterprises’ President, Tom Trapp addressed the attendees as well, discussing the reputation that both Bobcat and Doosan have earned for durability and productivity.

After lunch several Doosan machines were available for attendees to operate for themselves after a run through of equipment features by Bobcat Enterprises representatives.