More Than 600 Companies Participate in Ohio Power Show

Wed March 02, 2011 - Midwest Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


Ryan McLean (L) of Bobcat of Lima gets an assist from Bobcat Recruitment Manager Fred Funk at the show.
Ryan McLean (L) of Bobcat of Lima gets an assist from Bobcat Recruitment Manager Fred Funk at the show.
Ryan McLean (L) of Bobcat of Lima gets an assist from Bobcat Recruitment Manager Fred Funk at the show. Jim Paumier (L) of New River Equipment catches up with Rayco Manufacturing’s Ron Kurtz at the show. (L-R): Midwest Equipment’s James Cline Jr., Greg Hawthorne and John Jeffries show off the new Gehl wheel loader. OMEDA’s Linda Kahler (L) and Kim Rominger were kept busy making sure that everything ran smoothly at the show. GeoShack’s Mark Spangler (L) and Cody Light shared information about technologies for surveying, leveling, alignment, positioning, layout and grade control. Shannon Martin (L) of Beachy Barns talks with Vermeer of Southern Ohio’s George Janes about their Vermeer S600TX mini-skid steer. (L-R): Ohio CAT’s Brandon Chaffee and Mark Beam are joined by Rich Egleston of Complete Hydraulic Services to greet attendees at the show.

The Ohio-Michigan Equipment Dealers Association (OMEDA) held its Ohio Power Show Jan. 28 to 30 at the Ohio Expo Center in Columbus, Ohio. The event featured new construction and outdoor power equipment from more than 600 companies. The exhibitors had their equipment, products and service on display in four buildings covering more than 300,000 sq. ft. at the Ohio Expo Center, including the Voinovich Center, Celeste Center, Coliseum and Bricker Building.

Along with all of the products and services at the show, educational seminars and demonstrations also were offered throughout the three-day event. Courses covered everything from home design to small engine care and maintenance to cooking demonstrations. A daily drawing also was held, awarding $1,000 dollars to a lucky attendee each day.




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