Mid Country Machinery Marks Anniversary With Giveaway

📅   Wed November 15, 2017 - Midwest Edition #23
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(L-R) are Andy Waszil, regional sales manager,  KCM, Kennesaw, Ga.; Aaron Reicharts, sales manager and marketing, Mid Country Machinery; Paul Haines, district product support manager of KCM; and Mike Dixon, technical support manager of KCM.
(L-R) are Andy Waszil, regional sales manager, KCM, Kennesaw, Ga.; Aaron Reicharts, sales manager and marketing, Mid Country Machinery; Paul Haines, district product support manager of KCM; and Mike Dixon, technical support manager of KCM.
(L-R) are Andy Waszil, regional sales manager,  KCM, Kennesaw, Ga.; Aaron Reicharts, sales manager and marketing, Mid Country Machinery; Paul Haines, district product support manager of KCM; and Mike Dixon, technical support manager of KCM. Bill Czerwinski, vice president of sales of Bell Trucks Western region, stands with this new Bell B60E.
Eddie Gardner, regional sales manager, Sany, Peachtree City, Ga., stands with this new Sany  SY215C.
Lucas Peed (L), co-owner of Mid Country Machinery, with longtime friend and Mayor of Fort Dodge, Matt Bemrick, also owner of Bemrick Electric. (L-R): Bob Conaway and Bud Pecoy, co-owners of Mid Country Machinery, congratulate Steve Streb, Streb Construction Company Inc., Iowa City, Iowa, on winning the Ford Raptor from Fort Dodge Ford, along with Mark Swedlund, co-owner of Mid Country Machinery, Randy Reiners, salesman of the southeast Iowa territory of Mid Country Machinery, and Lucas Peed, co-owner Mid Country Machinery. 
Adam Daher, Midwest regional manager of Okada Hydraulic Hammers, Medina, Ohio, talks about the newest product line to be added to Mid Country Machinery’s line of equipment.
Kyle Stevens, product representative of E-Z Drill, located in Perry, Okla., demos this E-Z Drill 210B SRA.
(L-R): Tyler Nowell and Justin Keigher, foremen, and Patrick Sullivan, journeyman electrician, all of Bemrich Electric, Fort Dodge Iowa, check out this JLG 1850 in the Mid Country Machinery rental fleet.
(L-R): Randy Hall, Kobelco vice president of operations; Bud Pecoy, Mid Country Machinery co-owner; and Pete “Elvis” Morita, vice president, Kobelco excavator division, talk about the 20th anniversary and the 31 new Kobelco excavators heading to Mid Country.
(L-R) are Rolf Helland, president, and Dan Long, rental manager, both of Illinois Truck & Equipment, Morris Ill., and Jeff Mackiewicz, service manager, Mid Country Machinery. 
Lucas Peed and Bob Conaway, co-owners of Mid Country Machinery, greet attendees. 
(L-R): Kyle Ruge, CFO, and Josette Pecoy, receivables, both of Mid Country Machinery; Dorothy Buono, Alex Lyon & Son Auction; and Joe Panebianco, manager of Mid Country Machinery’s newest location in Syracuse, New York, enjoy their time at the event. 
(L-R): Griffin Arthur, Lucas Olson and Tanner Daleske, all of Woodruff Construction, Fort Dodge, Iowa, said, “Mid Country has always been there for us. They’ve been very helpful and very knowledgeable. We will be customers of theirs for life.”

On Oct. 26, Mid Country Machinery held an open house at its Fort Dodge location in celebration of the company's 20th anniversary. Every time Mid Country Machinery customers spent $5,000 dollars on sales, rentals, parts and/or service between Dec. 15, 2016, and Oct. 20, 2017 they were automatically entered to win a new, 2017 Ford Raptor from Fort Dodge Ford. The winner, Steve Streb, Streb Construction Company Inc., Iowa City, Iowa, was announced at the event.

For more information, visit www.midcountrymachinery.com

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