Ditch Witch Customers Attend Annual Hospitality Event

Tue June 17, 2014 - Midwest Edition
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(L-R): Ditch Witch of Ohio, Western Pennsylvania & Western New York’s Matt DiIorio catches up with Dave Lint and Mike May of Enviroscapes.
(L-R): Ditch Witch of Ohio, Western Pennsylvania & Western New York’s Matt DiIorio catches up with Dave Lint and Mike May of Enviroscapes.
(L-R): Ditch Witch of Ohio, Western Pennsylvania & Western New York’s Matt DiIorio catches up with Dave Lint and Mike May of Enviroscapes. (L-R): Ohio Utilities Protection Service’s chairman Frank Ward and President Roger Lipscomb watch the golfers play through with Ditch Witch of Ohio, Western Pennsylvania & Western New York’s Sam Swartz. (L-R): Jim Pape of Ditch Witch of Ohio, Western Pennsylvania & Western New York talks with Brent Price of Image Pavement and Phil Ritter of Ritter Plumbing. (L-R): Shawn Watson joined David Willey; Willey’s ste-father Jeff Emery of R&R Pipeline Inc.; and Dan Hershberger of Wenger Pipeline Construction Inc. to take in the golf action. Robert Anstead (L) and Ray Kennedy of Miller Pipeline relax after walking the course. (L-R): Marybeth and Dan Wantz of OCI Construction Inc. catch up with Brian Willis and Sam Swartz of Ditch Witch of Ohio, Western Pennsylvania & Western New York. Hospitality House hosts, Tania and Matt DiIorio, welcome guests to enjoy the Memorial Tournament event.


In what is turning into a popular annual event, Ditch Witch of Ohio, Western Pennsylvania & Western New York hosted a hospitality event timed to coincide with the Memorial Tournament at the Muirfield Village Golf Course near Columbus, Ohio, on May 30. The Hospitality House, situated on the seventh fairway of the course, provided a meeting place for area Ditch Witch customers, factory representatives and Ditch Witch of Ohio, Western Pennsylvania & Western New York representatives.

Guests were treated to food and beverages and PGA badges so they could walk the course and catch their favorite golfers in action in the Memorial Tournament. When guests were not on the course, they spent time at the hospitality house discussing operations and equipment-based solutions with Ditch Witch personnel in an informal and relaxed setting.

One of the year's largest of the non-major events on the PGA Tour, the Memorial Tournament is hosted by tournament founder, Jack Nicklaus, and is held at Muirfield Village Golf Course, a course he designed. The invitational event matches up the previous year's top 75 prize earners. Hideki Matsuyama took top honors in a forced playoff with a 10-ft. par putt on the first extra hole of the tournament.

Ditch Witch of Ohio, Western Pennsylvania & Western New York is a full service dealership serving Ohio, western Pennsylvania and western New York with branches in Columbus, Ohio and Pittsburgh, Pa., and support centers in Cincinnati and Cleveland, Ohio and Rochester, N.Y. The dealership sells, rents and supports the full Ditch Witch line of trenchers, vibratory plows, pneumatic piercing tools, backhoes, mini-skid steers, vacuum excavation systems, utility locating equipment, horizontal directional drilling systems, and drill pipe along with a variety of other downhole tools.