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Customers, Vendors Meet at Scharber & Sons Open House

Fri February 17, 2012 - Midwest Edition
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(L-R): Dale Shequen of Ariens Company, Mike Bell of Suburban Lawn Center and Gravely Product Representative Martin Raecker spend some time discussing the Gravely Pro-Stance 48 in. mower system.
(L-R): Dale Shequen of Ariens Company, Mike Bell of Suburban Lawn Center and Gravely Product Representative Martin Raecker spend some time discussing the Gravely Pro-Stance 48 in. mower system.
(L-R): Dale Shequen of Ariens Company, Mike Bell of Suburban Lawn Center and Gravely Product Representative Martin Raecker spend some time discussing the Gravely Pro-Stance 48 in. mower system. Charlie Miller (L) of Truck Utilities, St. Paul, Minn., and Scott Schultz of the city of Maplewood take a good look at the Kage 9 ft. snow system. (L-R): Sgt. Joseph Heyman, CVI Officer Roger Istvanovich and 34-year Scharber & Sons customer Dale Strand of Viking Sewer & Drain are all smiles after participating in the safety seminar. Scharber & Sons Govt. Sales Manager John Braunshausen stands in front of a John Deere 5083EN that was sold to the city of Mankato. (L-R): Anthony Schmaus of Otsego, Minn., Don Schmaus of the city of St. Louis Park and Scharber & Sons’ Parts Specialist Phil Scharber take a look at this John Deere 825i Gator with Quad Track system. Scharber & Sons Sales Representative Randy Thorstad takes time out from the busy open house to pose for a photo in front of this Belos Trans Giant with a diamond mower. Craig Pomplun of the city of Ham Lake, Minn., stands in front of a John Deere 319D track machine. Felling Sales Consultant Nathan Uphus (R) is ready to answer any questions Dan Dehmar of Dehmar Landscaping, St. Michael, Minn., might have about the great equipment he’s seen during the open house.

Scharber & Sons held its annual open house Jan. 25. The event was a chance for customers and vendors to meet and talk about the equipment the company has to offer. As in the past with the company’s open house, Scharber & Sons invited members of the Minnesota State Patrol to make a safety presentation on commercial truck regulations.