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Fri November 23, 2012 - National Edition
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Mark Swedlund (L) of Mid Country Machinery shows off the Tadano GR-1000 crane line to Lee Kramer of A-1 Marketing.
Mark Swedlund (L) of Mid Country Machinery shows off the Tadano GR-1000 crane line to Lee Kramer of A-1 Marketing.
Mark Swedlund (L) of Mid Country Machinery shows off the Tadano GR-1000 crane line to Lee Kramer of A-1 Marketing. Aaron Reicherts, new sales and rental representative, Mid Country Machinery, is a Kawasaki specialist and has extensive knowledge from his years with Kawasaki and can answer any questions on machines, like this 70TMV wheeloader. (L-R): Bud Pecoy, owner of Mid Country Machinery; Joe Panebianco of Mid Country Exchange truck & equipment division, Syracuse N.Y.; and Mid Country Machinery shop foreman Rob Lowery meet up during the open house. John Logan (L), Gradall regional sales representative, Quincy, Ill., shows Mid Country sales representative Randy Reiners the features on this Gradall highway speed truck-mounted XL4100 crane system. The Atlas Copco crew demonstrated the features of this Powercrusher PC3 closed circuit system. (L-R): Maurice Hunter, business line manager; Eric Amberson, product representative; Jerry Enyeart, district manager midwest region, and Bud Pecoy of Mid Countr Lucas Peed, owner of Mid Country Machinery, drives Mid Country Exchange’s Joe Panebianco over to where the Atlas Copco Powercrusher was being demonstrated. SANY America staff was on hand to answer any customer questions on machines like this SANY SY75 excavator. Eric Teague (L), director of sales and service with Bill Step, regional manager, Earth Moving Equipment. .JLG District Manager Phil Duane (L) shows Trent “T-Rents” Cook, rental manger, Mid Country Machinery, this JLG 1500 ST aerial lift, which was painted in the Susan G. Komen pink for breast cancer awareness. Mid Country Machinery Waterloo, Iowa, location Store Manager Tim Plegge takes a look at this Kobelco excavator. Bruce Vonnahme, owner of Leroy & Sons Inc., sits on the back of the company’s newly won Harley-Davidson with his wife. (L-R, back row): Bud Recoy, Mid Country Machinery owner, sons Adam and Aaron, and Mark Swedlund, co-owner of Mid Country Machinery

Mid Country Machinery held its 15th anniversary on Oct. 18, at its Fort Dodge, Iowa, location. In addition to great food and company, Mid Country Machinery gave away a 2012 Harley-Davidson Street Glide CVO “Screaming Eagle Edition” to one lucky company, Leroy & Sons Inc.