New Hampshire Good Roads Association Hosts Annual Show
The fun filled day included antique equipment demos, raffle drawings for kids, a golf tournament, horseshoe tournament and the traditional clam bake and BBQ.
Tue August 11, 2015 - Northeast Edition Construction Equipment Guide
Ricky Howard (R), sales representative of E.W. Sleeper in Concord, N.H., goes over the line of Yanmar equipment for customers at the show, including this Yanmar mini-excavator.
The New Hampshire Good Roads Association hosted its annual Good Roads Show at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway on July 31. This show gives local contractors and municipalities the opportunity to check out the latest construction equipment, surveying equipment, paving products, electronics and more.
The fun filled day included antique equipment demos, raffle drawings for kids, a golf tournament, horseshoe tournament and the traditional clam bake and BBQ. It was the perfect day for New England locals to spend a relaxing day at the Speedway while gaining a knowledge regarding the industry.
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