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Nortrax’s West Palm Beach Branch Hosts Customer Appreciation Day

The event included an equipment display, a chance to operate an excavator simulator, the opportunity to meet with the various departments and vendors and have lunch.

Mon March 16, 2015 - Southeast Edition
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A crowd gathers around this John Deere 350G.
A crowd gathers around this John Deere 350G.
A crowd gathers around this John Deere 350G. (L-R) are Tim Murphy, president and CEO of Nortrax; Amy Bradshaw, Nortrax; John Allen, Blue Goose Construction; Tammy Grant, Nortrax; Robert Nelson, Nortrax; Scott Holmes, Blue Goose Construction; and Ben Fair, general manager of Nortrax’s West Palm Leslie (L) and Joseph Summerford of Summerford Excavation in Okeechobee look over some of the excavators including the John Deere 856. Mike Dillon (L) of South Indian River Water Control inspects this Hitachi 210LC with help from Greg Dudlek of Nortrax. Guests of the event enjoy lunch. Attendees play corn hole for prizes. The event included an equipment display. Mark Lunsford, regional sales manager of Helac Corp., demonstrates its Powertilt system. This guest of the customer appreciation day tests out the excavator simulator.

Nortrax’s West Palm Beach branch hosted a customer appreciation day on Feb. 19.

Ben Fair, West Palm Beach general manager, commented on the customer appreciation day.

“This is something I wanted to do since I came on board four months ago. I am new to John Deere and new to Nortrax and I wanted to reenergize this branch in the market. We wanted to get a lot of our customers in here and show them the new John Deere equipment. This was an opportunity to give back to them. I wanted to get around and meet a lot of our customers because they are new to me. It has been good for me to put a face to their name.”

In addition to the staff of the West Palm Beach branch, Tim Murphy, president and CEO of Nortrax, and Scott McGuigan, southeast region vice president, were on hand to meet customers.

The event included an equipment display, a chance to operate an excavator simulator, the opportunity to meet with the various departments and vendors and have lunch.

Nortrax has nine offices in central and south Florida as well as branches in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, New York and Canada. In addition to the John Deere construction line, the company also handles Hitachi excavators, Bomag, Esco, Morbark, NPK and Tiger Mowers.




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