Roland, LeeBoy Treats Customers, Employees to a Night at the Races

Fri July 06, 2012 - Midwest Edition
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(L-R): Roland Machinery Sales Representative Brian Lauer takes a break with Jim and Roger Ahrens of Sonnenberger Asphalt during the racing event.
(L-R): Roland Machinery Sales Representative Brian Lauer takes a break with Jim and Roger Ahrens of Sonnenberger Asphalt during the racing event.
(L-R): Roland Machinery Sales Representative Brian Lauer takes a break with Jim and Roger Ahrens of Sonnenberger Asphalt during the racing event. The Roland Machinery and LeeBoy sponsored car is ready at the starting line. Ted Weil (C) of Christ Brothers Asphalt and his son, Cody (L), visit with Brian Lauer of Roland Machinery. (L-R): Ron Myers, Mary Ann Mitchell, Nick Palazzolo and Peggy Myers of Roland Machinery’s St. Louis Division are having a great time before the races begin. (L-R): Christy and Jennie Jesuit with driver Quain Stott and James Jesuit of Roland Machinery pose for a picture before the race. Some of the guests gather around Quain Stott’s car before it moves to the starting line.

Roland Machinery Co. and LeeBoy treated employees and customers to a night of racing June 11 at the Gateway Motorsports Park in Madison, Ill., to watch driver Quain Stott in his LeeBoy sponsored modified 1964 Corvette in action. More than 150 people enjoyed the event in the Roland Machinery hospitality tent.

Roland Machinery Co. has been a LeeBoy dealer for more than 25 years in the upper peninsula of Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois and part of Missouri.




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