Lano Hosts Successful Open Houses

The open houses featured several manufacture representatives on-hand, a DOT seminar, in-store promotions, an equipment derby and a complementary lunch.

📅   Thu April 23, 2015 - Midwest Edition
CEG


City of Maple Grove, Minn., Street Department  Supervisor Joe Bennett (L) and Scott Fahey, sales, Lano of Anoka, with the 115 hp articulated tractor.
City of Maple Grove, Minn., Street Department Supervisor Joe Bennett (L) and Scott Fahey, sales, Lano of Anoka, with the 115 hp articulated tractor.
City of Maple Grove, Minn., Street Department  Supervisor Joe Bennett (L) and Scott Fahey, sales, Lano of Anoka, with the 115 hp articulated tractor. Equipment skills contests were set up outside to see who was the fastest and most accurate equipment operator on a variety of challenges. Taking on the Doosan DX350 Boulder Challenge is Chad Johnson of Kenco Construction, Ramsey, Minn. In the infamous “Catch the Balls” Challenge, the city of Nowthen was well represented by challenger Joe Glaze, maintenance supervisor, maneuvering a Kubota KX040 excavator. Merle Felling (L), founder of Felling Trailers, and Patrick Jennissen, vice president of sales and marketing at Felling Trailers, Sauk Centre, Minn., were on site to represent Lano Equipment’s Felling Trailer lineup. (L-R): Dean Virnig, president of Virnig Attachments; Jim Christensen, national sales manager; and Joe Shaugnessy, territory sales, Virnig, with a PUB 72 in. (182.9 cm) pickup broom attachment. (L-R): Norm Everson, operations manager, Carl Bolander and Sons; Mike Tangeman,  sales manager, Lano Equipment Inc.; Dan Steinlicht, district sales manager, Doosan Construction Equipment; and John Maleski, heavy equipment program director, Central Lakes C The open houses featured several manufacture representatives on-hand, a DOT seminar, in-store promotions, an equipment derby and a complementary lunch.

Lano’s Anoka and Loretto, Minn., open houses, on April 1 and 9 respectively, were a great success, according to the company. The open houses featured several manufacture representatives on-hand, a DOT seminar, in-store promotions, an equipment derby and a complementary lunch.

Lano Equipment Inc. is a family-owned business and has been investing in its customers since 1946. “The open house is a great way to give thanks to our customers for their business and to assist them with their up-coming equipment needs,” said Kristie Moseng of Lano Equipment.