Diamond Equipment Cuts the Ribbon on New Facility

📅   Wed May 31, 2017 - Midwest Edition #11


A great lineup of Case, Hyundai and Takeuchi machines were in the Diamond Equipment yard in Bowling Green and ready for delivery.
A great lineup of Case, Hyundai and Takeuchi machines were in the Diamond Equipment yard in Bowling Green and ready for delivery.
A great lineup of Case, Hyundai and Takeuchi machines were in the Diamond Equipment yard in Bowling Green and ready for delivery.
The service department space occupies a majority of the facility’s square footage and features modern equipment and is fully serviced by an overhead crane system. Diamond Equipment had a nice turnout for the official ribbon-cutting of its new branch facility in Bowling Green, Ky.
Long-time customer Donnie Mingus (L) of Team Construction, Nashville, Tenn., drove up to see the ribbon-cutting and his old friend, Dave Clement, president of Diamond Equipment. Dave Clement (L), president of Diamond Equipment, welcomes Larkin Ritter of Scott & Ritter Inc., Bowling Green, Ky., to the event. Case representatives joined the staff of Diamond Equipment to support the event and (L-R) included Adam Doll, Case territory sales manager; Dave Fortune, vice president, Diamond Equipment; and George Preocanin, Case eastern region director of sales. Departmental managers of the Bowling Green branch facility (L-R) are Jeff King, product support; Tim Shultz, parts; and Alan Jourden, service. Diamond Equipment service technicians provided tours and discussed the branch service capabilities with their guests. (L-R) are Gary Chapman, Diamond Equipment; Spencer Vincent and Carl Powers of Field & Main Bank, Evansville, Ind.; and Tim Peterson, Diamond Equipment. The mayor stopped in to see Diamond Equipment’s owner and his sons. (L-R) are Travis Clement; Bruce Wilkerson, mayor of Bowling Green, Ky.; Dave Clement; and Chase Clement. Jody Richards (L), Kentucky state representative (20th district), and Mike Wilson, Kentucky state senator (district 32) came out to show their total support for Diamond Equipment’s investment and commitment to the Bowling Green community (L-R): Jeff King, Diamond Equipment product support manager, shows members of the general contractors who built the facility (Scott, Murphy & Daniel: Building Construction Specialists) around the equipment yard including Lee McBrayer, Paul Wherry and Todd Matthews.

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