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Murphy Tractor Treats Customers to Appreciation Event

Fri November 23, 2012 - Midwest Edition
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John Tish, InfraSource Underground, looks over the Vacuworx rc10 attachment.
John Tish, InfraSource Underground, looks over the Vacuworx rc10 attachment.
John Tish, InfraSource Underground, looks over the Vacuworx rc10 attachment. Enjoying the Customer Appreciation Day (L-R) are Fred Caddell, Tag Manufacturing; Greg Knipp, branch manager, Murphy Tractor; and Jeff Crane, president and CEO, Furukawa Rock Drills USA. (L-R): Roland Hammond, Murphy Tractor & Equipment Co. service manager, and Ben Aldrich, Murphy Tractor & Equipment, show the shop area to Bill Gunnels and Josh Shambling, both of George Shaw Construction. (L-R): Lona Bremer and Melissa Cook, both of Murphy Tractor & Equipment Co., give out a John Deere 175th anniversary T-shirt to Ray Linden, Cimarron Underground. (L-R): Jeffrey Brodie, Don Sell and Tony Dens, all of Clarkson Construction, head to the food line. Then, after lunch they’ll take a look at the Murphy Tractor facility and all the product lines Murphy has to offer. Ben Aldrich (L), Murphy Tractor, shows Duane Bailey On Site Excavating at the Kansas City, Mo., facility. Scott Hall (L), Murphy Tractor, goes over some operating instructions for the John Deere 333D skid steer with Austin Bailey, Bailey Farms. Mike Bailey (L) and Jamie Davis, both of Bailey Farms, relax on the rock rake attachment on this John Deere 319 skid steer. Mike Kolpin (L), Murphy Tractor, shows the John Deere skid steers and mini-excavators to Butch Crawford of C.L. Crawford Construction. Bruce Meinershagen, Lafayette County Public Works, looks over the John Deere 60d mini-excavator. (L-R): Gary Crawford, Don Jones and Jeff Arnold, all of Missouri Dept. of Conservation, look at the John Deere dozers at the Murphy Tractor Customer Appreciation Day. (L-R): Cass County Public Works representatives Chris Carver, Ricki Carlisle and Terry Faulkenberry discuss equipment. No this is not “Kitchen Nightmares” — it is Murphy Tractor’s Gary Sofia (L) and Mike Moore cooking up some delicious burgers and dogs for the customer appreciation day in Kansas City, Mo.

Murphy Tractor invited guests to its Customer Appreciation Event at its Kansas City, Mo., facility Nov. 16.

The event gave customers a first-class view of new equipment and services offered, such as worksite solutions: JDLink, Fleet Care and Service Advisor Remote. Guests also were given a free lunch.