Company Wrench Holds JCB Backhoe Rodeo, Demo Event at Its Headquarters

📅   Wed October 18, 2017 - Midwest Edition #21


Company Wrench Technician David Schult joined JCB’s Jim Blower in the cab of this JCB backhoe to learn a few dance moves during the “Dancing Digger” demonstration at the event.
Company Wrench Technician David Schult joined JCB’s Jim Blower in the cab of this JCB backhoe to learn a few dance moves during the “Dancing Digger” demonstration at the event.
Company Wrench Technician David Schult joined JCB’s Jim Blower in the cab of this JCB backhoe to learn a few dance moves during the “Dancing Digger” demonstration at the event. Jay Holtz (L) of Holtz Electric, who recently purchased JCB’s new Teleskid, catches up with Company’s Wrench’s Cam Gabbard at the rodeo.
Former Ohio State Running Back Jordan Hall (L), who recently joined Company Wrench, welcome attendees to the JCB Rodeo event with Company Wrench’s Rob Barnett. 
Father and son team Brian and Bruce Miley of Miley Excavating in Delaware, Ohio, check out the new JCB Hydradig 110W.
JCB Territory Sales Manager Clay Durham offers some tips to Lindsey Reid, a member of the board of directors of the Company Wrench Family Charitable Fund, as she attempts the skill challenge on this JCB 3CX backhoe loader.
(L-R): R. Johnson and daughter, Logan, along with Matt Spisak and John Kuehner with the Ohio State University Facilities & Development Operations, enjoyed seeing all the JCB equipment.
(L-R): JCB factory representatives Farrin Barber, Jim Blower and Clay Durham join Company Wrench’s Tony Little to answer question about the many JCB machines on display at the event.
Brittany Young and Company Wrench owner Brad Hutchinson were kept busy making sure that everything ran smoothly at the JCB Rodeo event.

Company Wrench held a JCB Backhoe Rodeo & Demo day Sept. 29 at its headquarters in Carroll, Ohio.

The event featured a full lineup of JCB equipment on display with select machines available for demonstration. Attendees received door prizes along with a hearty barbecue lunch. The event drew area contractors and included long time Company Wrench customers, as well as potential new customers who came to learn about the JCB line.

Founded by Brad Hutchinson in 1999, the dealership, which began as a truck, trailer and equipment shop with wrecker and recovery services, has grown to nine locations in Ohio, Florida, New Jersey, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.

The dealership recently was named the authorized JCB construction equipment dealer for central Ohio, as well as North Carolina and South Carolina and has been holding customer events to introduce the line to the markets in which the company serves. Company Wrench offers the full line of JCB backhoe loaders, wheel loaders, skid steer loaders, compact track loaders, compaction equipment, telescopic handlers and hydraulic excavators supported by a full parts inventory and the company's service and maintenance capabilities.

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