Diamond Equipment Hosts Open House

Tue December 04, 2007 - Midwest Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Diamond Equipment celebrated its annual Thanksgiving Open House at its main location in Evansville, Ind. According to Diamond Equipment President Dave Clement, they’ve been holding this event nearly every year since the first Open House in 1970, which celebrated the company’s first year in business.

Diamond Equipment’s customers have made the event a part of their annual holiday season kickoff. Clement said he welcomes the chance to take some time from the busy year to thank Diamond Equipment’s loyal customers and catch up with folks in a friendly and relaxed setting.

Attendees are treated to door prizes and a barbecue lunch and, with some of Diamond Equipment’s vendors on hand, those interested can get some firsthand information about Diamond’s many products.

Diamond Equipment Inc. sells, leases, rents, services, and carries parts for the complete line of Case Equipment including excavators, wheel loaders, industrial wheel tractors, crawler dozers, skid steer loaders, forklifts, telescopic handlers, articulated trucks and motor graders.

Additionally, the company is a dealer for Kobelco excavators, Terex trucks, Takeuchi excavators and skid steers, Hyundai wheel loaders and excavators, Seram equilibrium cranes, Allied demolition equipment, Precision Products line of Spectravision lasers, Sullair air compressors, Towmaster trailers, Wacker, and a full line Dynapac.

The company serves the heavy equipment needs of general contractors, home builders, farmers, and coal companies in 93 counties throughout Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky and Tennessee.

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