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Diamond Equipment Holds Annual Thanksgiving?Open House

Thu December 08, 2011 - Midwest Edition
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Mike Hughes (L) of Fire Master talks a little shop with Diamond Equipment’s John Clement.
Mike Hughes (L) of Fire Master talks a little shop with Diamond Equipment’s John Clement.
Mike Hughes (L) of Fire Master talks a little shop with Diamond Equipment’s John Clement. (L-R): Jim Yeiser and Keith Karges of Yeiser Excavating Inc. came in from Utica, Ky., to enjoy some great food and catch up with Diamond Equipment’s Dave Clement. After scoring at hoops, Karl Hayes of the city of Evansville shows off his new Case jacket presented by Teresa Coleman and Adam Doll of Case. George Morgan (L) of CountryMark catches up with Diamond Equipment’s Steve Sawyer. Diamond Equipment’s Dave Fortune (L) joins Allied Construction Products’ Rich Steinbrenner to greet open house attendees. (L-R): Takeuchi Regional Product Manager Dale Keller talks to Trey Hodge and Benjie Allen of Allen’s Backhoe Service about track loaders. Towmaster Regional Sales Manager Bob Pace welcomes attendees at the open house.

Diamond Equipment held its 41st Annual Thanksgiving Open House at its headquarters location in Evansville, Ind. The event has become an annual gathering place for contractors and municipal maintenance employees from Evansville area.

According to Diamond Equipment’s Dave Clement, the event is held as a way of saying “thank you” to the customers that are responsible for the company’s continued success. Representatives from Diamond Equipment’s product lines were on hand to help with the festivities and provide information about their equipment. Diamond Equipment’s customers were welcomed with door prizes and treated to a barbecue lunch.

Diamond Equipment has been serving the heavy equipment needs of contractors, builders, farmers, and coal companies since 1969 and currently operates five locations in Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky and Tennessee. Diamond Equipment is the authorized dealer for Case Equipment including excavators, wheel loaders, industrial wheel tractors, crawler dozers, skid steer loaders, forklifts, telescopic handlers, articulated trucks and motorgraders and also represents Allied Construction Products, Dynapac, Hyundai, JLG, Kobelco, Noram, Skytrak, Sullair, Takeuchi and Terex trucks and Towmaster trailers.