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George & Swede Hosts Traditional Annual Open House

Mon July 23, 2018 - Northeast Edition #15
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A Hyundai compact excavator was used to test the skills of operators in the small machine category.  Putting the excavator through its paces is Jordan Porcelli with the town of Groveland.
A Hyundai compact excavator was used to test the skills of operators in the small machine category. Putting the excavator through its paces is Jordan Porcelli with the town of Groveland.
A Hyundai compact excavator was used to test the skills of operators in the small machine category.  Putting the excavator through its paces is Jordan Porcelli with the town of Groveland. The entire Newell family would like to thank everyone who turned out to make the George & Swede annual customer appreciation day a huge success. Hundreds of representatives from area businesses and municipalities travel from across western New York to enjoy a good meal, reconnect with neighbors and view the latest equipment offerings from George & Swede. Upon arrival, each guest received a goody bag and a variety of product information. An open house first — trap shooting — was a well-received addition to this year’s open house. Visitors tested their skills and enjoyed some shooting competition. One of the oldest and most respected names in snow blowing equipment is Fair Manufacturing.  (L-R) are Scott Spring of Fair Manufacturing; Bruce Klein of the Genesee County Highway Department; and Frank Baumgardner of George & Swede. Richard Graves of the town of Wellsville Highway Department tests his operator skills at the Link-Belt excavator rodeo. Factory representatives from nearly all the brands represented by George & Swede were on hand to answer any and all questions, including Hyundai’s Autumn Wedge and Mike Fuller. In the midst of the Link-Belt rodeo competition a drone appeared, which was paying particular attention to the operation and functionality of the Link-Belt. Hamburgers, hot dogs and two types of pulled pork…what more can a hungry man ask for? Making sure the hot foods were cooked to order and in abundance fell on the broad shoulders of the George & Swede service department. (L-R): James Gurrant, welder; Tony Johnston, jack-of-all-trades; A.J. Cutliffe, fabricator and welder; Tom Clarke, general mechanic; and Bill Marchisin, road mechanic and electrical specialist.

On June 28, George & Swede held its annual open house and customer appreciation day. This western New York long-standing summer tradition always draws a huge crowd of local farmers, contractors and municipalities who have been going to George & Swede and the Newell family to satisfy their equipment needs for many years.

Construction and agricultural equipment available from George & Swede includes Hyundai loader and excavators; Link-Belt excavators; Yanmar compact equipment; Interstate and Towmaster trailers; Allied hydraulic attachments; Rototilt hydraulic rotating coupling systems; Harder dump boxes; Smith sand and salt spreaders; Bomag compaction; Dieci rough terrain forklifts; Laymor sweepers; and a wide variety of attachments to expand the uses of nearly all the equipment they sell.

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