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Brooks Sales Hosts Customer Appreciation Event in N.C.

Wed May 11, 2011 - Southeast Edition
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The Kubota track loaders caught the eye of several customers. Talking about the products (L-R) are Jerry Edwards of Marshville Propane; Larry Love of Brooks Sales; and Jodi and Chuck Doolittle and Philip Brooks.
The Kubota track loaders caught the eye of several customers. Talking about the products (L-R) are Jerry Edwards of Marshville Propane; Larry Love of Brooks Sales; and Jodi and Chuck Doolittle and Philip Brooks.
The Kubota track loaders caught the eye of several customers. Talking about the products (L-R) are Jerry Edwards of Marshville Propane; Larry Love of Brooks Sales; and Jodi and Chuck Doolittle and Philip Brooks. Calvin Helms (L) of Brooks Sales answers questions from Manny and Harold Sistare of Sistare Builders, Lancaster, S.C,. about Kubota 4-wheel products. Melvin Lowrey (R) of Lowrey Construction in Monroe needed a larger mower for his own use and liked the Kubota products, so he asked Jeremy Brooks about them. Earl (L) and Dennis Griffin of Griffin Farms, Fairview, N.C., like the L Series Kubota tractors because they are easy to operate, the controls are laid out well and they maneuver well around chicken houses. The Kubota SVL track loaders have sold well since their introduction. Talking about one of the reasons — the ease of routine maintenance — are Jeremy Brooks (L) of Brooks Sales and Mike Stegall of Kubota. David Brooks was the conductor of the train powered by Kubota.  The company offered rides to the kids and the young at heart during the day. The second and third generations of the Brooks family were on hand to thank their customers and friends for their business. (L-R) are Jeremy, Philip, Derek and David.

Brooks Sales Inc. of Monroe, N.C., held an open house and customer appreciation event May 7.

Representatives from the manufacturers the company represents were on hand, which included Kubota, New Holland, Case IH and several others. The doors were open to the shop so the guests could walk around and see the company’s commitment to product support.

Lunch was served and included all the spring time favorites including hamburgers, hotdogs, beans, deserts and all of the fixings to go along.




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