OMEDA Hosts 43rd Annual Power Show in Columbus

Mon March 04, 2013 - Midwest Edition
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(L-R): Dave Slagle, Marti Smith, and Jenny Archibald join OMEDA Executive Vice President/CEO Kim Rominger to welcome attendees to the 2013 Power Show.
(L-R): Dave Slagle, Marti Smith, and Jenny Archibald join OMEDA Executive Vice President/CEO Kim Rominger to welcome attendees to the 2013 Power Show.
(L-R): Dave Slagle, Marti Smith, and Jenny Archibald join OMEDA Executive Vice President/CEO Kim Rominger to welcome attendees to the 2013 Power Show. (L-R): Precision Laser & Instrument’s Chris Koesis, Rochelle McGowan and Jeff Pritt spoke with attendees about the latest laser and GPS technologies. JCB Sales Manager Tim Smith, seen here with the company’s 260T track skid steer, was on hand to discuss JCB’s full line of machines. John Ryerson of Beaver Valley Tree Service (L) gets the run down on this Wacker Neuson articulated loader from Franklin Equipment’s Tom Barnett. GeoShack’s Tom Spangler spoke with attendees about his GeoShack’s line of Topcon leveling, alignment, measurement and machine control products. George Fackler III (L) of Fackler Kubota Tractor & Equipment catches up with Larry Krystowski of Land Pride Attachments.

The Ohio-Michigan Equipment Dealers Association’s (OMEDA) 43rd Annual Power Show Ohio was held Jan. 25, 26 and 27th in Columbus. More than 600 brands of equipment and supplies were on display within the Voinovich and Celeste Centers and the Bricker Building on the Ohio Expo Center grounds, according to Dennis Alford, Power Show Ohio manager. A large assortment of construction, farm, landscape and other power equipment was featured at the event.

A variety of educational sessions were offered to attendees, covering topics ranging from ways that landowners in the shale gas region can protect their interests when signing a natural gas lease to the impact of agriculture on water quality as well as a briefing on pipeline easement issues.




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