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Mon February 26, 2018 - Southeast Edition #5
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“This is an important location for the clients we serve,” said Ft. Pierce General Manager Bradley Littlejohn.
“This is an important location for the clients we serve,” said Ft. Pierce General Manager Bradley Littlejohn.
“This is an important location for the clients we serve,” said Ft. Pierce General Manager Bradley Littlejohn. Guests enjoy the family-friendly event. 
Guests take a spin on the Kubota equipment. 
The Treasure Coast’s Country Station was live at the event. 
The new facility is located at 6000 Orange Ave. in Ft. Pierce.

On Feb. 3, South Florida's largest Kubota dealer, Florida Coast Equipment, celebrated its brand new showroom and service center at 6000 Orange Ave. in Ft. Pierce.

More than 600 people attended the family-friendly event to enjoy live demos of the equipment, giveaways, live music, lunch from Moonswiners Bar-b-q and a chance to win a Kubota RTV 400. Guests were able to tour the 15,000 sq. ft. showroom and service center, as well as take advantage of ride and drive incentives. Notable guests included local city and county commissioners and town officials, including County Commissioners District 1: Chris Dzadovsky and District 5: Cathy Townsend.

Ft. Pierce General Manager Bradley Littlejohn was excited to show off the new showroom and service center.

“This is an important location for the clients we serve,” said Littlejohn. “This new showroom and service center allows us to offer a higher level of service to our customers. We have built a wonderful relationship with our clients and the community and to be able to share this day with them is really special.”

One of three locations across South Florida, the Ft. Pierce location allows Florida Coast Equipment to serve a major market while remaining true to the heart of its business, which is providing the best selection and service to large agricultural growers, builders and contractors, nurseries, commercial landscapers, local and state governments, golf courses, HOAs, equestrian facilities and estate homeowners.