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Burris Equipment Hosts Two Wacker Neuson Events

Thu June 21, 2012 - Midwest Edition
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Bryan Heinrichs (L) of Burris Equipment shows the Wacker Neuson WL 30 compact wheel loader to Emory Patterson of Emory Patterson Construction.
Bryan Heinrichs (L) of Burris Equipment shows the Wacker Neuson WL 30 compact wheel loader to Emory Patterson of Emory Patterson Construction.
Bryan Heinrichs (L) of Burris Equipment shows the Wacker Neuson WL 30 compact wheel loader to Emory Patterson of Emory Patterson Construction. Scott Zielinski of the Lake County Division of Transportation looks over the Wacker Neuson 38Z3 compact excavator. Bob Gallimore (L) and Jeff Hack, both of the Great Lakes Naval Base Public Works, stand in front of the Wacker Neuson WL 50 compact wheel loader. (L-R): Tom Glasel of Burris Equipment answers questions about the Wacker Neuson 9503 wheeled excavator from Austin and Kevin Zupec of Campanella & Sons Inc. (L-R): Enjoying some lunch during the event are Ken Polheber of Burris Equipment, Rick Ingram of Ingram Enterprises and Terry Crowder of Premium Protective Coatings. Kent Schewe of Primrose Landscaping runs the Wacker Neuson 28Z3 compact excavator. (L-R): George Gunkel of the village of South Holland, Mark Pinelli of Wacker Neuson and Jeff Hon of the village of South Holland look over the Wacker Neuson 38Z3 compact excavator. Andy Moses (R) of Wacker Neuson explains all the features of this, radio controlled plate compactor to Tom O’Dwyer of O’Dwyer Enterprises.

Burris Equipment held a pair of Wacker Neuson events June 5 at the company’s main office in Waukegan, Ill., and June 7 at its Frankfort, Ill., location. Attendees had the opportunity to see the new Wacker Neuson CRT 60, 10 ft. ride-on trowel and test their skills with the vertical digging system excavator challenge.