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Hills Machinery Hosts Open House in Greenville, S.C.

Mon March 26, 2018 - Southeast Edition #7
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Woody Inman (R) of Hills Machinery goes over the features of the Case excavators with (L-R) Hollis Dobbins, Dylan Moore and Blake and Ben Dobbins, all of Dobbins Grading & Hauling in Landrum, S.C.
Woody Inman (R) of Hills Machinery goes over the features of the Case excavators with (L-R) Hollis Dobbins, Dylan Moore and Blake and Ben Dobbins, all of Dobbins Grading & Hauling in Landrum, S.C.
Woody Inman (R) of Hills Machinery goes over the features of the Case excavators with (L-R) Hollis Dobbins, Dylan Moore and Blake and Ben Dobbins, all of Dobbins Grading & Hauling in Landrum, S.C. Hills Machinery featured this Case SV280 skid steer loader outfitted with the new Michelin X-Tweel tires.  They are a highly durable alternative to conventional pneumatic tires.
An operator tries out the Case CX57C excavator during the skills competition.  Later, he said he liked the smooth operation of the machine.
The well-stocked facility is set up to keep the company’s customers running and reduce their downtime.
Demarqus Cherry of CSX Railroad in Greenville operates this Case SV280 skid steer loader.
Donna Nations helps register guests, including Bill Williams (L), Fontaine Construction in Pelzer, S.C., and Gary Seymore, Eco Waste Services in Piedmont, S.C.
(L-R): Carl and Cheri Turner, both of Southern Choppers Logging & Grading, receive a warm welcome from Adam Hills.
(L-R): Mike Norwood of Werk-Brau goes over the heavy-duty bucket with a dura lock coupler with a progressive link thumb with Steve Amidon and Jimmy Clow, both of the city of Greenville.
Hills Machinery offers a selection of the most popular Case excavators.

Hills Machinery hosted an open house at its Greenville, S.C., facility. The five-acre facility is conveniently located at 11 Dixie Circle. The facility has eight service bays, 2,000 sq. ft. parts warehouse, wash bay, offices for the sales people and is less than a mile from I-85.

There was an operator skill contest featuring the Case CX57C excavator. Additionally, there was a skid steer loader demo with the top-selling Case SV280 — one machine with standard tires and the other with the new Michelin X Tweel SSL airless radial tires. Contractors liked the side-by-side setting where they could easily compare both tires.

A total of 125 guests attended the event where a hearty lunch was served.

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