Kelly Tractor Hosts Open House Event in Fort Myers

Attendees Get In and Get Real in the driver's seat of some heavy equipment.

Tue June 11, 2013 - Southeast Edition
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Various Cat machines are lined up and ready for the demos.
Various Cat machines are lined up and ready for the demos.
Various Cat machines are lined up and ready for the demos. One younger operator was eager to try out the new Cat machines. The operator demonstrates the Cat D6N with machine control. H. Shelton Weeks, chair, department of economics and finance at Florida Gulf Coast University, gives a presentation on the economy of southwest Florida. Mike Deterra of Youngquist Bros. Rock is interested in the Cat CT660 truck. The visitors enjoy lunch. Jeff Clary (L) of Clary’s Sitework and Development and Pete Martinez of Kelly Tractor await the event activities. The Cat 120M motorgrader draws attention. Guests examine the Cat 336E’s new exhaust system.

Kelly Tractor recently hosted an open house in Fort Myers, Fla. The “Get In Get Real” gave customers the opportunity to see and operate some of Cat’s newest models of excavators, wheel loaders, dozers, motorgraders and backhoe loaders. There also was a demonstration of the condition monitoring system and representatives of Sitech were on hand to explain and demonstrate machine control systems.

One of the day’s highlights was the talk by H. Shelton Weeks, chair, department of economics and finance at Florida Gulf Coast University. His presentation included a discussion of national and Florida economies as well a presentation on the economy of southwest Florida.

The event provided lunch and the opportunity to win door prizes including a one-week free rental of a Cat machine and tickets to the NASCAR race in Homestead in November.




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