Brooks Tractor Celebrates Opening Its Newest Location

📅   Wed October 18, 2017 - Midwest Edition #21


Brooks Tractor, welcomes Jami and Bob Radtke, both of Bedrock Sewer & Water, to the open house. Matt Sullivan, branch sales manager of the Mt. Pleasant and Milwaukee locations of Brooks Tractor, also stops by.
Brooks Tractor, welcomes Jami and Bob Radtke, both of Bedrock Sewer & Water, to the open house. Matt Sullivan, branch sales manager of the Mt. Pleasant and Milwaukee locations of Brooks Tractor, also stops by.
Brooks Tractor, welcomes Jami and Bob Radtke, both of Bedrock Sewer & Water, to the open house. Matt Sullivan, branch sales manager of the Mt. Pleasant and Milwaukee locations of Brooks Tractor, also stops by. (L-R): Scott Berlowski, Brooks Tractor, goes over the features of this John Deere 944K hybrid wheel loader with Robert Menger, Simo Gruichich and Noah Wachowiacz, all of Meng’s Landscaping. 
(L-R): Caroline Rafferety, John Deere; Mary Kay, Brooks Tractor general manager; Megan Hargrave, John Deere; Jay Getka, city of Kenosha; Dan Goeden, Milwaukee County; and John Blonien, Milwaukee County, stand in front of the John Deere 624K wheel loader.
Brooks Tractor displays this John Deere 944k hybrid wheel loader at the Sept. 28 event. 
Ben Huffman (L) and Sergio Gonzalez, both of the city of south Milwaukee, check out this Atlas Copco EC 70 hammer.
Roman Niemyjski, owner of Roman’s Grading, and his dog Levi enjoy their time at the celebration.
Barry Christian (C) of Payne & Dolan Contracting takes a tour of the shop area with Matt Sullivan (L), branch sales manager, and Scott Berlowski, both of Brooks Tractor. Brett McDonald (L) of Racine County speaks with Lew Brooks, president of Brooks Tractor, about this John Deere 85G excavator.
Customers had the opportunity to operate this John Deere 650K LGP dozer with a Topcon GPS. 
The new facility is conveniently located off highway 94 at 
1609 SE Frontage Rd., 
Mt. Pleasant, Wis.
This John Deere 670G excavator with a B&D bucket was on display. 
(L-R): Brett Pokrzewinski, Brooks Tractor service manager, gives a tour of the facility to Jody Pokrzewinski, Allen Jacobson and Norb Pokrzewinski.
Kyle Whitmore (L) of Loadrite answers questions about the company’s products from Curt Smith of Full Blown Smith LLC.
(L-R) are Terry Decicco, owner of Terry’s Excavating; Matt Sullivan, branch sales manager of Brooks Tractor; Helen and Jerry Kocourek, both of G&F Excavating; and Lew Brooks, president of Brooks Tractor. 
Ron Lafond (L) and Ron Wojtak, both of the city of Kenosha, take a look at this John Deere 310L backhoe with an Atlas Copco EC 70 hammer.

Brooks Tractor held a grand opening celebration for its Mount Pleasant, Wis., location on Sept. 28.

The event featured machine demos at its machine control demo site and opportunities to see data collection using the latest in drone technology. Guests also participated in a final Tier IV seminar and “Maximizing your fleets uptime with the latest tools you already own” and compliance essentials, WIDOT seminars. Manufacturer representatives were on hand to answer questions, and guests also had the opportunity to win door prizes.

Brooks Tractor's newest 35,000-sq.-ft. location in Mount Pleasant, Wis., features a 30,000-sq.-ft. main building and a 5,000-sq.-ft. parts storage building. The branch is situated on 10 acres near interstate I-41/I-94 for convenient access. Dual 15-ton cranes, 20-ft. overhead doors and an overhead lube system will allow technicians to service machines at the new location, and the company also will use two Ford 750 service trucks to meet customers' needs in the field.

Brooks Tractor carries an extensive line of equipment and products, including John Deere, Hitachi and Dynapac, Topcon, Sokkia, Leicia, and Kespry as well as a variety of used equipment.

For more information, visit brookstractor.com.

CEG