Calder Brothers Three-Day Training

The company had a unique way of making sure the dealers were paying attention to the training seminars.

Tue April 02, 2013 - National Edition
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Jim Harris (L) and Jim Whitworth, both of Berry Tractor, Wichita, Kan., and Springfield, Mo., look over the Mauldin 4000 roller.
Jim Harris (L) and Jim Whitworth, both of Berry Tractor, Wichita, Kan., and Springfield, Mo., look over the Mauldin 4000 roller.
Jim Harris (L) and Jim Whitworth, both of Berry Tractor, Wichita, Kan., and Springfield, Mo., look over the Mauldin 4000 roller. Attendees enjoyed the hearty BBQ lunch that was served. David Calder (L) goes over the Mauldin MT300 tack tank with Chad Cailteux, Finkbiner Equipment, Burr Ridge, Ill. (L-R): Mitch Colley and Gerald Nash, both of Richmond Machinery, discuss equipment with Wayne Calder, Calder Brothers. (L-R): Chris Fackler and Mike Manning, Asphalt Care Equipment in Philadelphia, learn about a few modifications to the Mauldin P.S. 2000 precision sprayer, from Wayne Calder, vice president, engineering and manufacturing, Calder Brothers. (L-R) are David and Cameron Calder, Alex Forrest, and Glen and Wayne Calder. Forrest, Asphalt Concrete Equipment, Ontario, Canada, earned the high score on the final exam and won the smoker for his company.

Calder Brothers Corporation, manufacturer of Mauldin paving products held a three-day sales training school for its North American dealers at their offices in Greenville, S.C.

To keep the dealers involved in the meeting and not checking their phones too frequently, Calder Brothers gave away a tow-behind smoker to the company who made the high score on the test given at the end of the three-day program. The test was based purely on information presented during the training program.




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