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Free MB America Crusher Buckets Go to Calif., Mass. Firms

After great success at the 2014 ConExpo-Con/AGG, MB America in Reno, Nev., gave away not one, but two of its crusher buckets to two lucky winners.

Wed April 23, 2014 - National Edition
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After great success at the 2014 ConExpo-Con/AGG, MB America in Reno, Nev., gave away not one, but two of its crusher buckets to two lucky winners — Monte West of Algerine West Construction in Jamestown, Calif., and Bill Keaveney, of A.R. Belli in Newtown, Mass.

MB America had more than 900 company leaders participate in the giveaway during the four-day event in Las Vegas. The giveaway comes as MB America works to aggressively expand throughout the United States.

"ConExpo-Con/AGG provided an incredible opportunity to showcase our unique product to a large group of industry leaders," said Miriano Ravazzolo, CEO of MB America. "We had much success in attracting people to our display with a unique demonstration and, inspired by the great turnout were encouraged to give two of our crusher buckets away rather than just one as initially planned."

MB America’s strong presence at ConExpo-Con/AGG contributed to efforts to broaden its North American market by sparking a large awareness and interest in its line of products. The company’s equipment includes a series of crusher buckets and a series of screening buckets, all of which are rigorously certified and constantly expanded to cover any possible application, according to the company.




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