Ditch Witch of Arizona Reaches Remodel Project Milestone

Wed May 24, 2017 - West Edition #11
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Gerry Pierick (L), sales manager of Ditch Witch of Arizona, meets up with Jerry Mangone of Sunstate Equipment.
Gerry Pierick (L), sales manager of Ditch Witch of Arizona, meets up with Jerry Mangone of Sunstate Equipment.
Gerry Pierick (L), sales manager of Ditch Witch of Arizona, meets up with Jerry Mangone of Sunstate Equipment.
The complete remodel, including sales and administrative offices, 
is due to be complete next year.
The recently completed service area of Ditch Witch of Arizona sits along busy I-10 with its 250,000 cars per day. (L-R): Cesar Marcus and Sean O’Brien of Vertek chat with Ditch Witch of Arizona’s Bob Mayer at the Customer Appreciation event held on May 12. Gerry Pierick (L), Ditch Witch of Arizona sales manager, catches up with Bill Coleman of the Coleman Advisor Group.
Bob Mayer (L) of Ditch Witch of Arizona and Cory Maker (R), Ditch Witch’s regional sales manager of the southwest, answered questions about the new SK850 mini-skid steer from Blooming Desert Landscaping’s K. Ross Oliver. David Klingaman (second from R), owner of Ditch Witch of Arizona, welcomes (L-R) James Zimmerman, Andrew Lusk, John Lusk and Gary Tedesco, all of Kleven Construction. (L-R): William Smith and Billy Hopper of United Rentals talk with Ditch Witch of Arizona owner, Beverly Klingaman.
Next generation? Klingaman grandchildren Lilly (L) and Eli just might have orange in their blood.

Ditch Witch of Arizona celebrated the completion of Phase 1 of its facility remodel with a customer appreciation event on May 12. Phase 1 included the service facility and washbay. The complete remodel is scheduled to be finished in 2018.

The event was hosted by David and Beverly Klingaman, owners of Ditch Witch of Arizona. —CEG




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