Diamond Equipment Gives Thanks at 43rd Annual Thanksgiving Open House

Wed December 18, 2013 - Midwest Edition
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Toku America’s John Muldoon was on hand to discuss the company’s line of Striker hydraulic breakers.
Toku America’s John Muldoon was on hand to discuss the company’s line of Striker hydraulic breakers.
Toku America’s John Muldoon was on hand to discuss the company’s line of Striker hydraulic breakers. (L-R): Gene Banover, who retired from Diamond Equipment, catches up with Diamond Equipment’s Dave Fortune and Russ Woelke of Towmaster. At Case Construction Equipment’s booth, Greg Laine of Evansville Levee Authority takes a shot for a door prize. Diamond Equipment’s Bryce Norvell and Jennifer King welcome attendees to the annual event. (L-R): WJ Martin Excavating’s Bill Martin, Don Weis, Bob Martin and Matt Martin enjoy some barbecue. Diamond Equipment’s Steve Sawyer (L) speaks with long-time customer George Morgan of Country Mark Energy Resources. (L-R): Diamond Equipment’s Mark Klodowski and Takeuchi Regional Business Manager Paul Kindelspire thank John Mattingly of John Mattingly Homes for the purchase of this Takeuchi TB235 compact excavator. Diamond Equipment’s Dave Clement (L) and Dave Fortune stays busy greeting customers and making sure that everything runs smoothly at the event.


Diamond Equipment held its 43rd Thanksgiving Open House Event at its headquarters location in Evansville, Ind., on Nov. 22. The event has become an annual tradition for Diamond Equipment employees, factory representatives and customers.

Contractors, municipal maintenance employees and farmers from the Evansville area gathered to catch up with Diamond Equipment representatives and review the latest equipment. Diamond Equipment’s Dave Clement said the event is the dealership’s was to thank its loyal customers that contribute to the company’s ongoing success. Attendees received a warm welcome along with door prizes and were treated to a barbecue lunch at the event.

Established in 1969, Diamond Equipment is the authorized dealer for Case Equipment and also represents Dynapac, Hyundai, JLG, Noram, SkyTrak, Sullair, Takeuchi, Terex trucks, Toku America’s Striker hydraulic breakers and Towmaster trailers. The family-owned dealership operates five locations in Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky and Tennessee.