LeeBoy Hosts Customer Appreciation Day in Norwalk

Thu November 08, 2012 - Midwest Edition
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Quain Stott prepares his LeeBoy sponsored, pro-modified 1964 Corvette for a heat.
Quain Stott prepares his LeeBoy sponsored, pro-modified 1964 Corvette for a heat.
Quain Stott prepares his LeeBoy sponsored, pro-modified 1964 Corvette for a heat. Scott (L) and Don McLean welcome guests to the LeeBoy drag race event. (L-R): McLean Company’s Jim Hattendorf visits with Dave Untch and Al Conzett of D-U Construction. (L-R): LeeBoy’s Tony Wight talks drag racing with Tony Womack and Mike Reed of Schoen Asphalt Paving Inc. (L-R): CW Courtney Company’s Bryan Sparks and Kerry Braun join the McLean Company’s Don McLean and Carey Brockman for lunch. The McLean Company’s Scott McLean (C) watches the pit crew in action with Duane Johnson (L) and Rick Dunlap of Shelly & Sands. LeeBoy and McLean decals can be seen on the racecars at the starting line.

LeeBoy, along with its Ohio dealer, The McLean Company, hosted a customer appreciation day event at Summit Motorsports Park in Norwalk, Ohio, Sept. 29th for a day at the races.

The McLean Company’s customers were treated to lunch in a hospitality tent set up in the staging area for driver Quain Stott’s LeeBoy sponsored, pro-modified 1964 Corvette. Guests at the event were able to get a close-up look at the LeeBoy Race team’s preparations before and after each heat and Stott took time to visit with McLean’s guests and sign autographs.

As well as a fun day watching the races at the track, McLean’s customers had an opportunity to speak with LeeBoy Territory Manager, Tony Wight as well as the McLean Company’s sales team about LeeBoy’s line of paving equipment.

Established in 1948, the McLean Company serves the asphalt, concrete and aggregate, and construction marketplace from its three locations in Hudson, Columbus and West Chester, Ohio.

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