Pinnacle Cranes, Carolina Tractor Hold Customer Appreciation Lunch

Fri November 11, 2011 - Southeast Edition
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Patrick Leatherwood (L), Pinnacle Cranes, and Jeff Campbell, AME Inc., Ft. Mill, S.C., stand on the track of the Link-Belt 218, a 110-ton (100 t) lattice boom crawler crane.
Patrick Leatherwood (L), Pinnacle Cranes, and Jeff Campbell, AME Inc., Ft. Mill, S.C., stand on the track of the Link-Belt 218, a 110-ton (100 t) lattice boom crawler crane.
Patrick Leatherwood (L), Pinnacle Cranes, and Jeff Campbell, AME Inc., Ft. Mill, S.C., stand on the track of the Link-Belt 218, a 110-ton (100 t) lattice boom crawler crane. Patrick Leatherwood (L), Pinnacle Cranes, welcomes Phil Brown, TCB Builders, Lexington, N.C., to the customer appreciation event. vJoe Everett (L), Superior Cranes Inc., Rockingham, N.C., and Patrick Leatherwood, Pinnacle Cranes, fill their plates with the burgers and hotdogs. Doug Gilliam (L) and Roger Hixson, both of Guy M. Turner, Greensboro, N.C., came to the event for lunch and to check out the Link-Belt cranes. Patrick Leatherwood (L), Pinnacle Cranes, informed Matt Brooks, Crowder Construction, Charlotte, N.C., about the new features that have been engineered into the Link-Belt product line. (L-R) are Patrick Leatherwood, Pinnacle Cranes; and Al Moore, Tim Parker, Joe Everett and David Tucker, all of Superior Cranes. (L-R): Ed Weisiger Jr., president of Carolina Tractor thanks Mike Davis, Jeff Campbell and Oscar Harley, all of AME Inc., Ft. Mill, S.C., for the trust they put in the Link-Belt products and the sales support provided by Pinnacle Cranes.

Pinnacle Cranes, a division of Carolina Tractor, held a customer appreciation event in its Charlotte, N.C., facility on Oct. 28. The event was held so the crane community could see firsthand the level of service the company provides.

Ed Weisiger Jr., president of Carolina Tractor and Jim Mackinson, vice president and general manager of Pinnacle Cranes, co-hosted the event. Weisiger welcomed and thanked everyone for their business. A lunch of burgers, sausage, baked beans and assorted drinks was served.




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