Mid Country Machinery Hosts 18th Annual Open House Mid Country Machinery Hosts 18th Annual Open Hou

For every $5,000 customers spent, they were eligible to win a Polaris Razor.

📅   Mon December 07, 2015 - Midwest Edition
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Mid Country Machinery held its 18th annual open house on Nov. 5 at its Fort Dodge, Iowa, location.
Mid Country Machinery held its 18th annual open house on Nov. 5 at its Fort Dodge, Iowa, location.
Mid Country Machinery held its 18th annual open house on Nov. 5 at its Fort Dodge, Iowa, location. Mid Country sales and service members helped make the event a success. Pete Morita (L, front), president of Kobelco, and Randy Hall (R, front), vice president of Kobelco, attend the event. Dennis (L) and Alex Spencer, both of Dennis Spencer Construction, Iowa City, Iowa, are the grand prize winners of the 2015 Polaris Razor. (L-R): Jeffrey Small, JLG regional manager industrial solutions, speaks with Maurice Thomas, owner of Thomas Brothers Pro Tree Care, and Robert Sprengler, equipment operator of Thomas Brothers. “We just came for a new Stihl chainsaw today, but now w Lee Stanbro, SANY regional service manager, earthmoving division, stands with a SANY SY-215 excavator. Jeff Furman, operations manager of Mid Country Machinery, with the new CMI roadbuilding support vehicle, a 2014 Peterbilt. Mid Country Machinery carries various manufacturers, 
including Kobelco. (L-R):?Bob Conaway, owner, Mid Country Machinery; Todd Allen, superintendent, and Ron Mockelman, paving manager, of Hawkins Hawkins Construction, Omaha, Neb.; Michael Rodriguez, business development manager of CMI Roadbuilding Inc., Oklahoma City, Okla.;

Mid Country Machinery held its 18th annual open house on Nov. 5 at its Fort Dodge, Iowa, location. Guests had the opportunity to look at the company’s line up, and win door prizes. For every $5,000 customers spent, they were eligible to win a Polaris Razor. Door prizes were donated by Kobelco, Kawasaki, Bell Trucks America Inc., SANY, JLG, Sky Track, Gradall, Okada demolition attachments and Tiger. Lunch also was provided for attendees.