Groff Tractor Goes Orange

Mon April 29, 2019 - Northeast Edition #9
Chelsea Bithell – SPECIAL TO CEG


National Work Zone Awareness week was April 8 to 12, 2019, and Groff Tractor showed its support by going "orange" on Wednesday, April 10, for #Orange4Safety Day.

With the support of its manufacturers — Wirtgen Group, Terramac and Trans Tech — all Groff Tractor employees wore safety orange t-shirts. Donuts and "Protect Road Worker" magnets were available to all customers that stopped into any of the company's branches.

Groff Tractor and Equipment LLC is a full-line construction equipment dealer with six locations across Pennsylvania. Groff Tractor carries Case CE, Wirtgen Group, Takeuchi, Terex, Terramac, Epiroc, Wacker Neuson and more.

For more information about National Work Zone Awareness Week, visit www.nwzaw.org/.

Groff Tractor staff in Mechanicsburg.
Groff Tractor staff in Mechanicsburg.

Groff Tractor employees wore safety orange t-shirts on April 10 to show their support of National Work Zone Awareness week. (back row, top): Dale Herbert, parts sales. (L-R, front row): Tyler Kulp, service technician; Jon Porter, service technician; Casey Byrd, service manager; Wayne Merrill, service technician; Eva Bradney, administration assistant; Dale Frankhouser, service technician; Dylan Binkley, parts representative; and Steve Weikert, general manager.
Groff Tractor employees wore safety orange t-shirts on April 10 to show their support of National Work Zone Awareness week. (back row, top): Dale Herbert, parts sales. (L-R, front row): Tyler Kulp, service technician; Jon Porter, service technician; Casey Byrd, service manager; Wayne Merrill, service technician; Eva Bradney, administration assistant; Dale Frankhouser, service technician; Dylan Binkley, parts representative; and Steve Weikert, general manager.

Eric Sparks, field technician of Groff Tractor in New Stanton, stands by orange “safety donuts,” which were available to all Groff Tractor customers on April 10.
Eric Sparks, field technician of Groff Tractor in New Stanton, stands by orange “safety donuts,” which were available to all Groff Tractor customers on April 10.

(L-R): Colin Knarr, parts representative; Johnathon Koch, parts inventory specialist; Logan Smith, service parts representative; and Doug Meyers, parts representative of Mechanicsburg.
(L-R): Colin Knarr, parts representative; Johnathon Koch, parts inventory specialist; Logan Smith, service parts representative; and Doug Meyers, parts representative of Mechanicsburg.

Groff Tractor staff in New Stanton.
Groff Tractor staff in New Stanton.




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