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JESCO to Host Customer Appreciation Day in Deer Park

Mon September 30, 2019 - Northeast Edition #20

JESCO’s Deer Park branch will open its doors for a Customer Appreciation Day on Oct 11.
(JESCO photo)
JESCO’s Deer Park branch will open its doors for a Customer Appreciation Day on Oct 11. (JESCO photo)

JESCO Inc. will host an Octoberfest-themed Customer Appreciation Day on Friday, Oct. 11, 2019, from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. at its Deer Park, N.Y., facility, located at 110 East Jefryn Boulevard.

In addition to enjoying great food and many door prizes, attendees will have an opportunity to benefit from a variety of educational workshops.

The day of free activities will include:

  • Technology demonstrations for the full complement of John Deere construction and compact equipment lines;
  • Participation in Wirtgen Group small and large milling machine presentations with JESCO milling specialists;
  • Educational seminars on the application of technology in order to reduce costs, increase jobsite productivity, and meet client expectations; and
  • Tutorials on how machine technology can help improve efficiency.

According to JESCO management, "This event is to thank our customers for trusting us to provide them with the best service and products, and to introduce potential customers to the top brands and unparalleled technologies we have to offer."

The Octoberfest Customer Appreciation Day affords the Long Island construction industry community, as well as those in the surrounding boroughs of Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, the Bronx and Manhattan, the opportunity to spend valuable time with the knowledgeable JESCO team and learn more about the innovative solutions that the dealership can provide to meet their needs.

Whether it is equipment, financing options, rental versus purchasing, or tools and technologies, the industry landscape continues to change at a rapid pace and this Customer Appreciation Day will give customers a better understanding of the options available to adapt and succeed. In addition, attendees will have the occasion to interact with others in the construction community in a relaxed, enjoyable atmosphere.

To register for this all-day event, visit

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