Howell Tractor & Equipment LLC hosted customers in the Mi-Jack Tower Terrace suite for the Brickyard 400 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Speedway, Ind., on Sept. 8.
Guests were treated to the Brickyard experience, including a walk through Gasoline Alley, the Yard of Bricks and Pit Lane with NASCAR insider Lee Spencer.
The 26th annual race — Big Machine Vodka 400 at the Brickyard — was the final regular-season race in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. Kevin Harvick had the pole and led 118 of 160 laps, taking the checkered flag for his second win at the Brickyard.
Howell Tractor & Equipment opened in 1943 and serves the Illinois and Northwest Indiana area. Howell offers heavy equipment for sale or rent to the construction, mining and material handling industries, and prides itself on around-the-clock, professional service.
Its extensive product line includes Hitachi wheel loaders, Hitachi mining excavators, Sennebogen, Tadano Mantis hydraulic crawler cranes, Surestrike impact hammers and more.
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Customers of Howell Tractor & Equipment had a great view of the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway from the Mi-Jack Tower suite booth #34.
Mickey Popplewell of Illinois Marine Towing had a fantastic view of the track.
(L-R): Alan Johnson, area manager of Howell Tractor & Equipment, welcomes Jeff Ruiter and John Mascolo of “D” Construction.
(L-R): Vince Voetberg, Michigan sales manager of Walter Payton Power Equipment LLC, and Joe and Jessica Kraniak of M&W crane rental, settle in to watch the race.
(L-R): Enjoying the Brickyard 400 are Connor and Ken Stone; Steve and Landon Farmer; and Thomas and Tom Sander of Metro Ports.
(L-R): Steve Robertson of Goettle Construction with his wife, Wanda, enjoy the festivities with Morgan Long and Brett Robertson.
(L-R): Harold Rogers of Northern Pipeline Co.; Patrick Bracken and his dad, James, of Brackenbox Roll Off Services Inc.; and Mark Dehnert, area manager of Howell Tractor & Equipment, catch up before the race begins.
Josh Frasher of Goettle Construction enjoys the view of the Brickyard 400 from the Mi-Jack Tower Terrace suite.
The Cleland family of V&H Excavating having fun at the race (L-R) are Alex, Mom Mary Jane and Neal.
Kevin Harness (L) of V&H Excavating and Howell Tractor & Equipment’s Mark Dehnert are ready for race day.
(L-R): Phillip Wichowsky of Walter Payton Power Equipment LLC, Perry Bruce of R H Marlin Inc. and Mike Lanigan, chairman of the board of Lanco Group of Companies and president of Mi-Jack, catch up while waiting for the race to begin.