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Luby Equipment Service Hosts Open House at O’Fallon Facility

Attendees will get the chance jump into the driver's seat of some heavy equipment.

Thu May 09, 2013 - Midwest Edition
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Luby Equipment Services will hold an open house at its O’Fallon facility at 2999 Mexico Road in O’Fallon, Mo., on May 17 from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. and May 18 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Attendees can tour the remodeled showroom and see the new utility equipment available for rent. Hamburgers, hot dogs and drinks will be served. Contests and prizes will be offered. Anyone interested in construction equipment is welcome to attend.

"We are excited to celebrate the first anniversary of the reopening of our O’Fallon location," said Bob Luby, president at Luby Equipment Services. "Our new showroom is open now, and we’d like our customers and neighbors to tour the facility."

The open house also will feature trenching and shoring safety training and Case equipment demonstrations.

Guests will be able to test their machine operating ability in the compact track loader and excavator skills competition. A sandbox will be available for children to search for treasure. Representatives from several equipment manufacturers will be available to answer questions, including Case, Skyjack, Indeco, Paladin, Wacker Neuson, Sullivan-Palatek, Pro-Tec, Leica and Railhead.

The O’Fallon location offers a full range of services for utility and heavy equipment, including shop and on-site services, on-time parts delivery and rental equipment.

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