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Carolina CAT Hosts ’Burgers in the Bay’ in Asheville

Fri April 29, 2011 - Southeast Edition
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(L-R): Bobby Davis, Moore & Son, Mills River N.C., and Jamie Kersey, Kessel Engineering Group, Asheville, N.C., talk about their current project with Woody Jones of Carolina CAT.
(L-R): Bobby Davis, Moore & Son, Mills River N.C., and Jamie Kersey, Kessel Engineering Group, Asheville, N.C., talk about their current project with Woody Jones of Carolina CAT.
(L-R): Bobby Davis, Moore & Son, Mills River N.C., and Jamie Kersey, Kessel Engineering Group, Asheville, N.C., talk about their current project with Woody Jones of Carolina CAT. Bud Pinner (L) and Alan Tweed, both of Carolina CAT, man the grill at the “Burgers in the Bay” event, one of many to take place through November. (L-R): Stephen Gortney and Justin Hensley, both of Young & McQueen, Burnsville, N.C., talk with Woody Jones, Carolina CAT, about a few additional machines they need for a project in Madison County. Randy Mahaffey (L), A-American Electric Inc., Fletcher, N.C., talks with Dick Austin, Beverly-Grant Construction, Asheville, N.C., about the current projects they are both working on. Danny Buchanan (L) and Garry Wells, both of Extreme Drywall Systems, Asheville, N.C., needed a few personnel lifts for the building they are working on so they stopped in for  lunch while the lifts were being loaded onto their truck. Taking a well deserved break from their work (L-R) are Kirk Ramsey and Mark Rice, both of H&M Constructors, Mars Hill, N.C.; Emory Mitchell, Mitch Contracting, Asheville, N.C.; and Jeff Williams, Taylor & Murphy, Asheville, N.C. Bud Pinner (L) and Erin Olander (R) both of Carolina CAT, congratulate Randy Mahaffey,  A-American Electric, Fletcher, N.C., the winner of the NASCAR race tickets.

Carolina CAT hosted its “Burgers in the Bay” customer appreciation event in Asheville, N.C., on April 14. The event was part of an overall customer appreciation tour Carolina CAT is hosting at three of its locations on the second Thursday of the month through November. Check with your local Carolina CAT representative for the specific date at each location. The events are held to thank customers for their business and to reach out to other contactors. Various Caterpillar machines were on display including skid steer loaders, compact track loaders, excavators and other leading machines.

The lunch included burgers, hotdogs, chili, pork and beans and all the fixins’ cooked by the talented staff at Carolina CAT. During the event, Carolina CAT?gave away two door prizes. The first was two tickets to the NASCAR All Star Race in Charlotte, N.C., and the second was a free weekly rental of a skid steer loader, compact track loader or mini excavator.