Pinnacle Cranes Hosts Diamond Product Support Program

Wed March 01, 2017 - National Edition #4
Construction Equipment Guide


Attendees line up for breakfast
Attendees line up for breakfast
Attendees line up for breakfast (L-R) are Danny Woodward, Metrolina Steel Erectors; John Dozier, Pinnacle Cranes; George Walker, Southern Industrial Constructors; Jim Mackinson, Pinnacle Cranes; Roger Hixson, Guy M. Turner Inc.; Patrick Leatherwood, Pinnacle Cranes; and Scott Ramsdale, AME Inc. Pinnacle Cranes hosted its Diamond Product Support Program at the NASCAR Hall of Fame on Feb. 9. 
Todd Beeker (L) of Pinnacle Cranes talks with Roger Hixson of Guy M. Turner Inc. Jason Pearsall (L) of Pinnacle Cranes and George Walker of Southern Industrial Constructors attend the event. Patrick Leatherwood (L) of Pinnacle Cranes and Danny Woodward of Metrolina Steel Erectors enjoy the event. David Peters (L) and Mike Ogle, both of Link-Belt Cranes, attend the event

Pinnacle Cranes hosted its Diamond Product Support Program at the NASCAR Hall of Fame on Feb. 9. The highlights of the program include:

• Link-Belt Cranes, which are eight-years-old and newer

• Eligible cranes must be surveyed by Pinnacle each year

• Technicians are available seven days a week

• Replacement cranes available at discounted rates

• Enhanced parts availability, more details on the offering are available through Pinnacle Cranes

Pinnacle Cranes was recognized by Link-Belt Cranes as a top five dealer in 2016, which is an honor the company has achieved for the past several years. —CEG




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