Nortrax Celebrates New Dealership in Mosinee, Wis.

Tue October 30, 2012 - Midwest Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


(L-R): Bob Vydrzal, used equipment manager, Nortrax Equipment; Mike Meyer, vice president of sales and marketing, Nortrax Equipment Co.; and Dean Adsit, used equipment sales welcome customers to the Mosinee, Wis. open house.
(L-R): Bob Vydrzal, used equipment manager, Nortrax Equipment; Mike Meyer, vice president of sales and marketing, Nortrax Equipment Co.; and Dean Adsit, used equipment sales welcome customers to the Mosinee, Wis. open house.
(L-R): Bob Vydrzal, used equipment manager, Nortrax Equipment; Mike Meyer, vice president of sales and marketing, Nortrax Equipment Co.; and Dean Adsit, used equipment sales welcome customers to the Mosinee, Wis. open house. After barbequing for everyone, Roy James, of Nortrax Equipment, is all smiles with customers Craig Schwocho, Max Peterson, Brandon Peterson, of Peterson Brothers Sand and Gravel. David (L) and Kevin Schreiner, Schreiner Construction, like what they see in this John Deere 323d skid steer. (L-R): Dave Pagryzinski; Chuck Blunt, Nortrax sales representative; and Roy James; in front of the John Deere 310sk loader backhoe. (L-R): Gordon Stieber, Morgan Sand and Gravel; John Lawrence, son Arison, wife Jill, Twin Forest Products; and Matt Hanson, Nortax general manager, Escanaba, Monico, and Mosinee; are seen in front of this John Deere 1110E forwarder forestry machine. (L-R): The John Deere 744k wheel loader, with its easy engine access, caught the attention of Lincoln County Highway Department members, Dimitri Alft, Tony Fischer, George Janssen, Burl Byer and Darin Alft. (L-R): Jeff Kirchner and Jason Bowe, Nortrax; Roger Voigt and Aric Voigt, Matzke Excavating, head to the demo where they will run some wheel loaders and skid steers as well as loader backhoes.

Nortrax celebrated the grand opening of its newest full service John Deere construction and forestry dealership in Mosinee, Wis. Approximately 150 guests attended the event, which started off with a special ribbon cutting ceremony. They were treated to Nortrax Territory Manager, Roy James’ famous southern style hickory smoked beef brisket and pork butts with all the fixings.

Customers could operate construction equipment in a special demonstration area of the facility and select John Deere forestry machines were on display. In addition, attendees could try their skills on the John Deere excavator simulator and had a chance to visit with Deere and other industry representatives. A John Deere smoker was given away as a door prize.




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