Chappell Tractor Celebrates 60 Years With an Open House in Milford, N.H.

Guests were provided free beverages, snacks, and lunch from three different local catering companies.

📅   Tue October 20, 2015 - Northeast Edition
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The tractor pulls ran for the duration of the open house and provided endless entertainment for guests of all ages.
The tractor pulls ran for the duration of the open house and provided endless entertainment for guests of all ages.
The tractor pulls ran for the duration of the open house and provided endless entertainment for guests of all ages. Attendees were able to test Chappell’s Kubota SVL 75-2 track skid steer with a GPS Level Best Grader attachment. Attendees also participated in a competition operating this Takeuchi TB260 excavator with a Grappell attachment. The goal was to stack four logs to win a CTS hat. If you could stack all four logs and beat Corey Chappell’s time, then you could win a This Hyundai 60 CR-9 mini excavator was also set-up for attendees to use. Larger equipment demos also were available, featuring Chappell’s Hyundai  & Link Belt excavators and loaders. Raffle tickets were drawn throughout the day, awarding attendees with helicopter rides. Chappell Tractor was accepting donations for local resident, Michael Kelley, to raise money for an Action TrackChair. If you would like to make a donation, please visit Michael’s Go Fund Me Site, at: http://de.gofund.me/v3jfx3b. Stihl had an immense display, promoting their newest products. Children flocked to the unlimited supply of popcorn and freshly picked apples. Papa Joe’s Humble Kitchen, located in Milford, N.H., were on hand to feed hungry guests. Pat’s Cider Donut’s, located in Manchester, N.H., provided Chappell’s guests with fresh, homemade donuts. Fetta Di Casa, located in Rindge, N.H., offered up fresh, artisan wood-fired pizza. The bounce house kept children entertained all day. Wagon rides shuttled guests from the parking area to Chappell’s open house event. William Merritt enjoyed the Kubota KX018-4 mini excavator competition. The goal was to pick up the basketball with the bucket, and drop it in a bin on the opposite of the dirt pile.

Chappell Tractor celebrated their 60th anniversary on September 26th by hosting a customer appreciation open house at their Milford, NH location. This event was open to the public and consisted of equipment demos, competitions for children and adults, free raffles, tractor pulls, helicopter rides, and more.

Guests were provided free beverages, snacks, and lunch from three different local catering companies. Vendors, such as Stihl, Scag, and Husqvarna exhibited at the open house, displaying their newest lines of equipment.