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Colorado Machinery Acquires Tom Growney Equipment

A confluence of operations will be known as "4 Rivers Equipment."

Fri May 31, 2013 - West Edition
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Tom Growney Equipment, a John Deere construction dealer, will be acquired by Colorado Machinery, The John Deere Construction, forestry, and Agriculture equipment dealer in Eastern Colorado and Wyoming. The acquisition will take place, June 1st. The combined operations will be renamed "4 Rivers Equipment."

4 River Equipment’s heritage dates back to 1926 with a small John Deere agricultural dealership in Holly, Colorado. In the 1960’s the construction division was created In Colorado at the same time the Growney organization was forming in New Mexico. Throughout the years Colorado Machinery and Tom Growney have been top John Deere dealers receiving many awards for service and excellence.

Keith Olson, General Manager of 4 Rivers Equipment, said “We are excited to work with our New Mexico and Texas customers, and hope they will appreciate the way we do business. 4 Rivers Equipment is here to look out for the best interests of our customers, just like a partner would. The "Your Working Partner" slogan, used by Colorado Machinery for many years, will continue to be our guiding factor.”

Combining the operations and resources of the two groups into 4 Rivers Equipment will offer customers a greater depth of resources for their business needs. With over 300 equipment professionals the 4 Rivers Equipment team will be ready to provide customers with better solutions. "We are proud to offer our customers a wider selection of new and used equipment, on-hand parts availability, as well as highly trained parts and service people," said Olson.

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