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Ditch Witch Mid-States Invites Guest to Hospitality House Event

Tue June 26, 2018 - Midwest Edition #13
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(L-R): Ditch Witch Mid-States’ Brian Carpenter; Jacob Emery of R&R Pipeline; Ann Foulk; Chris Petrolio of Ditch Witch Mid-States; Cody Thoman of R&R Pipeline; Jess Beckner; Elliott Carter of Ditch Witch Mid-States; and Chad Hill, Lane Hill and Justin O’Neil of Hills Electric watch as the PGA tour golfers pass along the 7th fairway.
(L-R): Ditch Witch Mid-States’ Brian Carpenter; Jacob Emery of R&R Pipeline; Ann Foulk; Chris Petrolio of Ditch Witch Mid-States; Cody Thoman of R&R Pipeline; Jess Beckner; Elliott Carter of Ditch Witch Mid-States; and Chad Hill, Lane Hill and Justin O’Neil of Hills Electric watch as the PGA tour golfers pass along the 7th fairway.
(L-R): Ditch Witch Mid-States’ Brian Carpenter; Jacob Emery of R&R Pipeline; Ann Foulk; Chris Petrolio of Ditch Witch Mid-States; Cody Thoman of R&R Pipeline; Jess Beckner; Elliott Carter of Ditch Witch Mid-States; and Chad Hill, Lane Hill and Justin O’Neil of Hills Electric watch as the PGA tour golfers pass along the 7th fairway.
Tiger Woods consults with his caddy as he works his way past the Hospitality House during the tournament. 
Atom Energy’s Ronnie Benningfield (L) and Bernie Anderson were in from Kentucky and Tennessee respectively to take in the golf action and catch up with representatives from Ditch Witch Mid-States.
Pete Roush (L) of Roush Service Company joined Jeremy Hall of American Broadband Services Inc. to enjoy a relaxing day watching golf. 
(L-R): RLA Utilities’ Tim Cooper and Scott Moody caught up with Ditch Witch Mid-States’ Sam Swartz and Mike Fish at the Hospitality House event.
(L-R): Mark Speer of Speer Brothers Inc., Ditch Witch Mid-States’ Matt Di lorio, Mike Speer of Speer Brothers and Brian Willis of Ditch Witch Mid-States enjoy the event. 
Ditch Witch Mid-States’ Brian Willis (L) joined Mark Di lorio, who stayed busy making sure that guests were well taken care of.

Ditch Witch Mid-States' Hospitality House event was held on June 1 and coincided with the Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village Golf Course.

The event attracted customers from throughout the dealership's Ohio, Kentucky, Western New York, Western Pennsylvania and Southern Indiana market area. Ditch Witch Mid-States customers joined the dealership's employees and Ditch Witch factory representatives to watch the event from the backyard of the Hospitality House, located on the seventh fairway.

Guests also were able to head out onto the links for a closer look as their favorite players competed in the Tournament. Attendees were treated to a continental breakfast, buffet lunch, hors d'oeuvres and refreshments served throughout the day.

In its 43rd year, the 2018 annual Memorial Tournament is one of the PGA's largest non-major events and one of a handful of invitational events on the PGA tour. This year Bryson DeChambeau took top honors in an exciting three-man playoff with Kyle Stanley and Ben An.

As hosts of the event, Ditch Witch Mid-States owner Matt and wife Tania Di lorio welcomed the opportunity to provide a welcoming atmosphere where customers can relax and enjoy themselves with the dealership's personnel and Ditch Witch representatives.

Headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, Ditch Witch Mid-States maintains full service locations in Cranberry Township, Pa., as well as in Lexington and Louisville, Ky. The dealership rents, sells and services a full range of compact skid steers, horizontal directional drills, utility locators, vacuum excavators, trenchers, vibratory plows, pneumatic piercing tools and support equipment from Ditch Witch, Hammerhead, Subsite electronics, American Augers, Felling trailers and Lane reel carriers.

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