Dire States Tour Makes Colorado Stop; Titan Machinery, Case Host Luncheon

The event was an opportunity for local contractors to be a part of finding a solution to the deteriorating infrastructure condition in their own communities.

Fri December 27, 2013 - West Edition
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The 1949 Hudson parked outside the 
Pepsi Center in Denver prior to the 
luncheon for people to get a good look.
The 1949 Hudson parked outside the Pepsi Center in Denver prior to the luncheon for people to get a good look.
The 1949 Hudson parked outside the 
Pepsi Center in Denver prior to the 
luncheon for people to get a good look. AGC President Paul Diederich (L) and Dan McNichol discuss infrastructure issues facing the United States. A Case excavator
parked outside 
Pepsi Center on 
display for the event. Dan McNichol’s presentation was well-received at the Denver Dire States Event, which was hosted by Titan Machinery. (L-R): Titan Machinery’s Gary Eisenberg, Bill Lentz and author Dan McNichol huddle outside the Pepsi Center.

Titan Machinery and Case Construction Equipment hosted an exclusive luncheon event, welcoming the Dire States Tour at its Denver, Colo., stop on Dec. 3. The event was held at Pepsi Center-The Ridgeline Restaurant.

In addition to a complimentary lunch, those in attendance were welcomed by Titan Machinery Vice President Chuck Dull and then introduced to keynote speaker Dan McNichol, award-winning author and infrastructure expert. AGC President Paul Diederich also spoke to attendees.

The event was an opportunity for local contractors to be a part of finding a solution to the deteriorating infrastructure condition in their own communities. The speakers emphasized the need to take action to raise awareness at the local level to help focus public servants on the needs of investing in key infrastructure areas.

Case Construction Equipment has partnered with McNichol to tour the United States and bring awareness to the challenges facing the nation’s aging infrastructure.

For more information, visit www.direstates.com




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