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Gregory Poole Equipment Event Features Prizes, Demos, Seminars

Wed May 29, 2013 - Southeast Edition
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(L-R): Mark Thomas and Carl Beal both of NC Beal & Sons in Sanford, N.C.; Ed Hooks of Gregory Poole Equipment Company and Steve LaPrad of Caterpillar Financial in front of a Caterpillar D6K LGP.
(L-R): Mark Thomas and Carl Beal both of NC Beal & Sons in Sanford, N.C.; Ed Hooks of Gregory Poole Equipment Company and Steve LaPrad of Caterpillar Financial in front of a Caterpillar D6K LGP.
(L-R): Mark Thomas and Carl Beal both of NC Beal & Sons in Sanford, N.C.; Ed Hooks of Gregory Poole Equipment Company and Steve LaPrad of Caterpillar Financial in front of a Caterpillar D6K LGP. Ray Bill (L) of Billy Bill Grading Company in Fayetteville, N.C., and Bill Dolbier of Gregory Poole Equipment Company examine the Caterpillar 329E excavator. The Caterpillar 972K wheel loader features a new cab design. Chris Spearman (L) of North State Development in Clinton, N.C., learns about the Caterpillar Accugrade Dual Mast GPS system that is mounted on the Caterpillar D6K LGP from Andy Donovan of Sitech Mid Atlantic in Charlotte, N.C. Paul Fuller (L) of Caterpillar in Clayton, N.C., Kenneth Roney and Jeff Hinkle both of Chandler Concrete in Burlington, N.C., review the changes to the Caterpillar 930K wheel loader. The Caterpillar D6K LGP with a dual mast Accugrade GPS system improves operator efficiency. (L-R): Rob Plumb of Gregory Poole Equipment Company; Allie Beck and Gary LeVar both of Caterpillar; Marc Taylor and Greg Maready both of TA Loving Company in Goldsboro, N.C., in front of the new Caterpillar 324E. Rodrigo Gusso (L) of Caterpillar and Bill Taylor of Trader Construction in New Bern, N.C., in front of the Caterpillar 312E Ricky Riley (L) of ST Wooten in Wilson, N.C., listens to Ben Bradsher of Gregory Poole Equipment Company go over the features of the Caterpillar 324E. The guests demo several machines including this Caterpillar 320EL excavator. Greg Poole welcomes Shawn Bilodeau of the Civil Group in Raleigh, N.C., to the event.

Gregory Poole Equipment Company held its Get In, Get Real event in Fayetteville, N.C., on May 7. Guests were able to demo the machines, attend seminars and were eligible for door prizes.Several machines were on hand for guests to demo including wheel loaders, track type tractors, excavators and skid steers. Short seminars were held on VisionLink, condition monitoring, machine control, equipment owning and operations.

Door prize drawings were held every half hour for hydraulic cylinder reseal, 250 hour preventive maintenance service; retail center gift certificate; SOS service; Richard Childress Racing shop visit (up to 10 people);Yeti cooler; Caterpillar boots and more.