Border Equipment Welcomes Its Customers to Open House in Augusta

More than 300 attendees turned out to enjoy barbecue chicken and ribs and live music.

📅   Thu May 28, 2015 - Southeast Edition
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Buddy (L) and Jerry Marks, Marks Clearing & Grading Inc., Hephzibah, Ga., attend the open house.
Buddy (L) and Jerry Marks, Marks Clearing & Grading Inc., Hephzibah, Ga., attend the open house.
Buddy (L) and Jerry Marks, Marks Clearing & Grading Inc., Hephzibah, Ga., attend the open house. More than 300 attendees turned out to enjoy barbecue chicken and ribs and live music from popular local musician Daniel Johnson. The shop serves as a dining area. More than 80 contestants competed in the mini-excavator challenge. Barbecue chicken and ribs were a big hit. Brett Arrowood (L), general manager of Border Equipment, presents an equipment operator of Brent Scarbrough & Company, Fayetteville, Ga., with the cash prize for top honors in the mini-excavator challenge.

Border Equipment hosted an open house event on April 14 at the company’s headquarters in Augusta, Ga. The event was held to introduce the recent addition of Toro Dingo and Toro underground machines, as well as Case Construction Equipment with Leica Geosystems machine control technologies, and Ring-O-Matic hydro excavation equipment. Representatives of Toro, Case Construction Equipment, Leica Geosystems and Diamond Mowers were among those who were in attendance to help support the event.

More than 300 attendees turned out to enjoy barbecue chicken and ribs and live music from popular local musician Daniel Johnson. Hats and accessories were given away and special prize drawings took place every 15 minutes. Ray Tuten, Southern Landscape, Evans, Ga., won one of the top prizes, a stainless steel grill, valued at $800.

A mini-excavator equipment rodeo event attracted more than 80 contestants vying for the first place cash prize.