Ransome CAT Holds ’1 Day Sales Event’ in Bensalem, Pa.

Attendees got a chance to play quarterback - and pick up some Eagles tickets.

Wed May 22, 2013 - Northeast Edition
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Tony (L) and Matt Marsella, owners of Marsella Brothers Inc., Sewell, N.J, stopped by the 1 Day Sales Event.
Tony (L) and Matt Marsella, owners of Marsella Brothers Inc., Sewell, N.J, stopped by the 1 Day Sales Event.
Tony (L) and Matt Marsella, owners of Marsella Brothers Inc., Sewell, N.J, stopped by the 1 Day Sales Event. In honor of Ransome CAT’s chairman, Ernest L. Ransome III, who recently passed away at the age of 86, the company lowered the U.S. flag in front of its facility in Bensalem, Pa., to half-staff. Rocco Di Camillo, owner and CEO of Il Contadino Landscaping, Moorestown, N.J, was looking to add a piece of iron to his fleet and enjoys working with the Ransome sales team. Arthur Stanley of Stanley Paving, Burlington, N.J., checks out the Caterpillar vocational truck. Kyle Koretsky, owner of KPK Development of Fairless Hills, Pa., tosses the football for a chance to win Phillies or Eagles tickets. At the 1 Day Sales Event, Nelsa Rosario, training coordinator, showed off Caterpillar merchandise, including precious metal kits, tire repair, oil samplings, gear and many other great items. Having been too busy to attend prior Ransome CAT events, Greg Christman, owner of GC Lumber, New Tripoli, Pa., was happy to finally get to one and check out the iron. (L-R): Dawn Smolski, finance credit supervisor; Pat VanBuskirk, sales coordinator; Tracey Szczur, pricing analyst; and Patty Lacava, rental process supervisor, are busy helping customers when they purchase or lease equipment. A host of Caterpillar equipment was on display (and sold) during Ransome CAT’s 1 Day Sales Event in Bensalem, Pa. Caterpillar equipment was certainly the focus on Ransome’s recent sales event.

Ransome CAT held a “1 Day Sales Event” May 9 in Bensalem, Pa.

The event, which ran from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., allowed long-time and new customers to take advantage of deals on new, used and rental fleet rollout equipment. The well-attended event also showcased Ransome CAT’s parts department.

Inbetween checking out equipment and shopping for deals, guests enjoyed a complimentary lunch buffet and the chance to throw a football into a target; several lucky customers were successful and won Philadelphia Phillies and Eagles tickets.




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