MASS-CONN Tabs Lariviere as New Sales Representative

Fri February 15, 2008 - Northeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

MASS-CONN has announced the appointment of David Lariviere as its sales representative for New Haven and Middlesex Counties in Connecticut. Lariviere will represent the complete line of New Holland construction equipment to contractors and municipalities. The line includes Kobelco excavators; Dynapac, Bomag and Hypac compaction equipment; Indeco hydraulic attachments; and Moxy articulated trucks.

Lariviere brings to MASS-CONN many years of experience in construction equipment sales, an area in which he has excelled. Lariviere prides himself on the strong relationships that he has developed with customers over the years. According to Lariviere these relationships have come about as a result of following through on every detail of each sale and then showing as much attention to every detail after each sale.

Lariviere said, “I am very excited about my opportunity to join the MASS-CONN team. To maintain the type of relationships that I have enjoyed with my customers over the years, the company that you represent must share your convictions. It is obvious to me that MASS-CONN shows the same commitment to customer satisfaction, product support and attention to detail as I do. I have never before had the opportunity to represent such a diverse product line. Virtually any machine that a customer may need for a specific application is available through MASS-CONN. In most cases my customers will be able to look towards one vendor to satisfy all of their equipment needs.”

MASS-CONN President Lawre Casler said, “David exactly fits the criteria we were looking for in a representative. He was one of his previous employer’s top producers and was looking for an opportunity to represent a full line of equipment, and he is excited about the opportunities available in a ground-floor situation.”

For more information, call 203/231-2252 or e-mail

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