Dealers Attend Paladin Training Day in West Bend, Wis.

A host of dealers attend an event that showcased the latest products.

Thu July 18, 2013 - Midwest Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


Dave Aldrich of Paladin goes over the features of the Bradco Hi-Flo ground shark extreme duty brush cutter.
Dave Aldrich of Paladin goes over the features of the Bradco Hi-Flo ground shark extreme duty brush cutter.
Dave Aldrich of Paladin goes over the features of the Bradco Hi-Flo ground shark extreme duty brush cutter. The Paladin light attachment dealer training program was held on June 26 in West Bend, Wis. (L-R) are Mike McSorley, Paladin; Tom Braze, Swiderski Equipment Inc.; Dave Krenzien, YES JCB; Tim Murphy, sales manager, Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin of Paladi Rodney Hill (L) of Paladin shows the sweepster walk-behind broom to Tom Braze of Swiderski. Equipment Inc. Dave Aldrich (R) of Paladin gives some instructions to Paul Deininger of Service Motor Co. on the Bradco 625 trencher attached to the Case SR250 skid steer. Marty Briggs of Service Motor Co. tries the McMillen 1975 auger attached to the Kubota SVL 90-2 skid steer. Tom Klink, Miller-Bradford & Risberg Inc., in the cab of this Case SR250 skid steer operating the Bradco 625 trencher. Kathi Meier of M&D Truck and Equipment Sales runs this Kubota SVL 90-2 equipped with the McMillen 1975 auger. The Bradco Hi-flo ground shark extreme duty brush cutter attached to a Cat 299D cuts down a lot of brush. The Bradco standard duty brush cutter on the John Deere 326D skid steer. Ray Rosenow of YES JCB in Milwaukee operates the FFC auto rake attached to the JCB 260 skid steer. The Harley MX7 power box rake attached to the JCB 260 skid steer.

More than 30 dealers attended Paladin Attachments’ Training Day, which was held at Wisconsin County Fairgrounds in West Bend, Wis., on June 26.

This was the first state wide dealer training event held and was a huge success. Product and features were covered on more than 25 attachments, lunch was provided and product demos were covered after lunch. Dealer representatives had to operate four attachments which enrolled them into the door prizes at the end of the event, such as a Weber grill, golf bag, Baitcaster fishing combo and a 32 in. flatscreen TV. In addition, dealers had the opportunity to purchase discounted products on the day of the event.

Among the attachments demonstrated was the Bradco 72 in. (183 cm) standard duty ground shark with pressure gauge and front caster wheels. Dealers got to see the first unit in the state of Wisconsin.

Service Motors, Swirderski Equipment, First Choice Rentals, Milwaukee Tractor, FABCO CAT, M&D Truck and Equipment, Martin Brothers Implement, YES-JCB, Milwaukee, and Brooks Tractor all participated in the Wisconsin dealer training program.




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