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Murphy Tractor & Equipment Hosts Customer Luncheon

Wed October 26, 2011 - Midwest Edition
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A customer sits in the cab of the John Deere 624K to get a feel for what it’s like behind the wheel loader’s controls.
A customer sits in the cab of the John Deere 624K to get a feel for what it’s like behind the wheel loader’s controls.
A customer sits in the cab of the John Deere 624K to get a feel for what it’s like behind the wheel loader’s controls. Rich Fawson (standing), Murphy Tractor & Equipment general manager — service, and Ulysses branch technicians review certified service training. The John Deere 624K wheel loader was a big attraction at the customer event. Customers could check out its new features, including upfront, and enhanced multi-function monitor displays operation, diagnostic and maintenance information on a color LCD scree Ulysses Service Technician Zach Rupp (R) points out the many features of the John Deere 772GP motorgrader to a luncheon attendee. Murphy Tractor & Equipment Co.’s Ulysses, Kan., branch played host to the luncheon event. In addition to checking out the John Deere equipment, customers enjoy a lunch buffet.

Murphy Tractor & Equipment Co. Inc. invited customers to a luncheon Oct. 14 at its branch in Ulysses, Kan. More than 100 individuals attended the gathering, where they enjoyed lunch, learned about John Deere equipment, and had a chance to interact with Murphy Tractor personnel.

During the event, a variety of John Deere equipment pieces were on display for customers, including the John Deere 624K wheel loader, the 330D and 332D skid steers and 872GP motorgrader.

Murphy Tractor and Equipment Company Inc., one of John Deere’s largest North American construction equipment dealer organizations, is headquartered in Wichita, Kan. The organization has 26 locations throughout the states of Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Nebraska. For more information, visit www.murphytractor.com.




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