May Heavy Equipment Welcomes Customers to Grand Opening Celebration for Its Newest Facility in Lexington

📅   Mon October 23, 2017 - Southeast Edition #22


Kerry Vickar (L), chairman and CEO of May Heavy Equipment, accepts the hand-crafted construction site created by Hyundai, which was presented by M.S. Kang, president and CEO of Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas Inc.
Kerry Vickar (L), chairman and CEO of May Heavy Equipment, accepts the hand-crafted construction site created by Hyundai, which was presented by M.S. Kang, president and CEO of Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas Inc.
Kerry Vickar (L), chairman and CEO of May Heavy Equipment, accepts the hand-crafted construction site created by Hyundai, which was presented by M.S. Kang, president and CEO of Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas Inc. (L-R): Brooke and Ben came along with their  father, John Conrad, D.H. Griffin Companies, to see the new May Heavy Equipment facility. Leading the tour is Kenneth Tysinger, May Heavy Equipment, and Will Temple of Dirt Dudes Equipment Sales joins in as well.
(L-R): Jim Kepley of Kepley-Frank Hardwood Co. in Lexington, N.C., talks with Richie Ambrose and Jacob May, both of May Heavy Equipment.
Bert May (C) welcomes Larry (L) and Shane McDowell, both of McDowell Construction Inc., in Asheboro, N.C.
(L-R): John Santoro of Iron Horse Contracting in Raleigh, N.C., receives a warm welcome from Richie Ambrose and Jay Sellers, both of May Heavy Equipment.
(L-R): James Brittian of E.M.E. Industrial in Greensboro, inspects this North American Attachments,  54-in. excavator bucket as Richie Ambrose and Tony Goins, both of May Heavy Equipment, answer his questions.
Brandon Everhart, Paul Briggs Architect, one of the associates in charge of designing the new buildings, stops by KCM booth with his father, Tim Everhart, to talk with Chad Parker, KCM.
Kenneth Moon of Ramey Inc. in Winston-Salem, looks over the Hyundai and Sany excavators. Will Blackerby of May Heavy Equipment with his family, Myra DeLapp Moffett, Sara DeLapp and Ellen Linder.
May Heavy Equipment’s staff gather in front of the new facility.
Mitch Nevins (L), Bell Trucks America CEO, and Kevin O’Donnell, also of Bell Trucks, attended the impressive grand opening.
May Heavy Equipment Chairman and CEO, Kerry Vickar, thanks everyone for their business and taking the time to help celebrate the grand opening.
Jacob May (Center L) and Kerry Vickar (Center R) cut the ribbon as Bert May (Far L) and Chuck McGirt assist.
(L-R) are Steve Hartzog, Richard Childress Racing; John Horne, Lexington City Council; Adam Horne, presidential helicopter pilot USMC major; and Richard Childress, Jacob May and Will Blackerby, all of May Heavy Equipment.
Lane Scroggins (L) and David Jenkins, both of Solesbees Attachments, go over the features of this mini-excavator bucket with a thumb.
Dave Dennison of Bomag with a few of the company’s top selling machines: the Bomag BMP 8500 trench roller and the Bomag CR562 asphalt paver.

May Heavy Equipment held a grand opening celebration for its newest facility in Lexington, N.C., on Oct. 12. The company was founded in 1997, and has grown throughout the Carolinas as a reliable source for heavy equipment rentals, sales and service. The company is dedicated to providing quality heavy equipment, excellent service and competitive pricing.

With the addition of the brand new facility in Lexington, N.C., and locations in the Carolinas, they serve their customer's needs. They are an authorized equipment, parts and service dealer for major brands, and sell used heavy equipment and low-hour rental equipment. Given their expansive inventory and industry-leading service, they have grown to become a premier source for heavy equipment in the Southeast.

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