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Rochester Hosts Western N. Y. Village Superintendent’s Show

Wed April 25, 2012 - Northeast Edition
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Tracey Road Equipment’s booth was manned by (L-R) Kathy Fedison, Paul Quant and Tim Leckinger.
Tracey Road Equipment’s booth was manned by (L-R) Kathy Fedison, Paul Quant and Tim Leckinger.
Tracey Road Equipment’s booth was manned by (L-R) Kathy Fedison, Paul Quant and Tim Leckinger. Jim Soule of Brookline Machine Co. Inc. was very happy with the new show location and the turnout for the day. Mike (L) and Rick Baum were manning the Brodner Equipment booth. Gary Wright of the town of Macedon checks out a new Volvo D113 in the Henderson Equipment booth. The Viking-Cives booth was a hit with attendees. (L-R): Eric Schwan, Justin Curley and Rick Egloff  were manning the American Rock Salt booth. Ken Steinmetz (R) of the Village of Bergen talks with John Allison (L) and Dave Montanya of Montage Enterprises about their products. (L-R): Matt Flowers of Vantage Equipment talks with Bryan Olkey and Ron Person of the town of Erwin about the Volvo MCT125C skid steer. Tim and Scott Rose of the town of Erwin are checking out a new Elgin Pelican sweeper at the Joe Johnson Equipment booth. Ron Terwilliger of the Palmyra Highway Dept. checks out a new Ford F650 dump truck in the VanBortel Ford booth. Terry Gunn of  the town of Toupsburg inspects a new Peterbilt truck from Utica General Trucks. The new location drew a good crowd throughout the day. Steve Holmes of the town of Springwater looks at a new Kubota F368 mower in the Bentley Brothers booth. The Milton CAT booth was busy all day.

The 30th year for the Western New York Village Superintendent’s Association Equipment Show offered a new location in the Rochester Technology Park. The new space enabled the show’s planners and participants to make some changes.

The exhibit area was increased so that all displays could be placed in a single room. In addition, lunch could be served indoors, taking weather issues out of the equation for the first time ever.