Lano Equipment of Norwood Thanks Its Customers

Thu March 08, 2018 - Midwest Edition #5
Construction Equipment Guide


Bob Lano, president and co-owner, Lano Equipment, stands with the latest addition to the show room floor, a Melroe M400, the original precursor of today’s famous Bobcat loader.
Bob Lano, president and co-owner, Lano Equipment, stands with the latest addition to the show room floor, a Melroe M400, the original precursor of today’s famous Bobcat loader.
Bob Lano, president and co-owner, Lano Equipment, stands with the latest addition to the show room floor, a Melroe M400, the original precursor of today’s famous Bobcat loader.
The open house drew a crowd. 
(L-R) are Joe Meide, district parts manager, Milo Johnson, regional director of sales, and Eric Grube, district service manager, all of Bobcat.
Wil-Rich Product Representative, Paul Meyer (L), Whapeton, N.D., talks with Jack Lano, owner of Lano Equipment. 
Big brother, Cade, with his little brother Jace Hoese jump in this new Bobcat T450.

Lano Equipment of Norwood has been a family business since 1946, serving the area with quality farm and Bobcat equipment.

Because of its commitment to quality parts, service and sales, the company is one of the top ten Bobcat and New Holland dealers in the state of Minnesota, according to the company.

As a way to say thank you to all of its customers and the community, Lano Equipment of Norwood hosted another great open house and pork chop extravaganza.

The open house was held on Feb. 26 at its headquarters located at 1015 Highway 212, West Norwood Young America, MN 55368

Lano Equipment of Norwood is located one mile west of Norwood Young America and U.S. HWY 212 and MN HWY 5.

CEG




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