Nortrax Celebrates the Holidays With Open Houses in Ohio

Fri January 01, 2010 - Midwest Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

(L-R): Nortrax’s Mike Ornas and Evan Stephens help out John Udovic of Independence Excavating at the parts counter.
(L-R): Nortrax’s Mike Ornas and Evan Stephens help out John Udovic of Independence Excavating at the parts counter.
(L-R): Nortrax’s Mike Ornas and Evan Stephens help out John Udovic of Independence Excavating at the parts counter. (L-R): Fred Esposito, Nick Cinquepalmi and Brian Carlisle from the city of North Royalton stopped in to join in the festivities. (L-R seated): JR Mowrer, Kent Hamilton and Donnie Hamrick of Wayne Township enjoy some lunch and catch up with Nortrax’s Tom Ruppelli (standing). (L-R): Tim Kowal of EverSharp Landscaping and his daughter Kayla are hoping to find a John Deere 750 J dozer like this one under the Christmas tree. They are joined by NPK Executive Vice President Chuck Stevens and Nortrax General Manager Mark Hash. Nortrax Service Manager Greg Lycczek (L) catches up with Gene Quinn of Dominion East Gas. Nortrax Sales Representative Dane Moore (C) helps Dan Wheller Sr. (R) and Dan Junior of  Strongsville Excavating at the lunch line. (L-R): Nortrax Customer Support Advisor Bob Stephens catches up with Sitetech’s Jason Friscone and Frank Jaram. Tom Carlisle (L) and Eric Coyne of T&R Excavating stop to admire some equipment before heading in to the open house festivities.

Nortrax recently held holiday open houses at several of its locations in northern Ohio. According to General Manger Mark Hash, the events are the company’s way to thank local customers and introduce them to new equipment and service programs in a relaxed and fun setting. Along with a good look at Nortrax’s lineup of equipment, attendees were treated to food, refreshments and door prizes.

While John Deere equipment was prominent, NPK Construction Equipment Executive Vice President Chuck Stevens stopped by the Brunswick, Ohio, location to greet customers and share some information about its line of hydraulic hammers and breakers.