Five Star Equipment Names Lasicki Used Equipment Mgr.

Fri June 06, 2008 - Northeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Five Star Equipment recently named Tom Lasicki used equipment manager of the company’s eight locations.

Five Star Equipment is the John Deere dealer in Dunmore, Pa.; Stroudsburg, Pa.; Waterford, Pa.; Williamsport, Pa.; Kirkwood, N.Y.; Rochester, N.Y.; Orchard Park, N.Y.; and Syracuse, N.Y. In addition to John Deere at the New York locations, Five Star represents Hitachi.

Lasicki joined Five Star Equipment in 1998 as a sales representative out of the Kirkwood, N.Y., location, with his territory being a large part of the southern tier of New York State. Prior to joining Five Star Equipment, Lasicki spent four years in the Air Force operating heavy construction equipment, and then six years operating heavy equipment for a pipeline utility contractor.

Lasicki will manage Five Star Equipment’s used equipment inventory, which typically exceeds 100 machines. His responsibilities also will include setting trade numbers, retailing machines within the Five Star territory, and wholesaling used equipment nationally and internationally.

“I’ve really enjoyed the 10 years in the field as a sales rep, and I now look forward to the new challenges of selling iron in a worldwide market,” he said.

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