Roland Machinery Hosts Customer Appreciation Night

Customers had the chance to test their skills by playing excavator basketball.

📅   Mon October 26, 2015 - Midwest Edition
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(L-R):?Brad Slagle, Eric Gregory, Trent Conrad and Todd Dunham, all of United Contractors Midwest, and Brady Bonds, Dunn Company, enjoying the customer appreciation BBQ dinner.
(L-R):?Brad Slagle, Eric Gregory, Trent Conrad and Todd Dunham, all of United Contractors Midwest, and Brady Bonds, Dunn Company, enjoying the customer appreciation BBQ dinner.
(L-R):?Brad Slagle, Eric Gregory, Trent Conrad and Todd Dunham, all of United Contractors Midwest, and Brady Bonds, Dunn Company, enjoying the customer appreciation BBQ dinner. (L-R)?are Jay Germann, general manager of the Springfield division of Roland Machinery Co.; Steve Halverson, president, Halverson Construction Co. Inc.; Kyle Zellers, also of Halverson; Matt Roland, president, Roland Machinery Co.; and Chip Reyhan, presid Mike Gidaspow (L), director of sales and marketing central region of Komatsu America Corp. and Terry Degroot, Halverson Construction Co. Inc., attend the event. Chris Ingram (L), Roland Machinery sales representative, shows the Komatsu PC360 LC to Kurt Cuffle, Sangamon County highway department. Matt Roland (far R), president Roland Machinery, welcomes (L-R) Brian Vogt, Ed and Cindy Kesterson and Russ Carlstrom, all of Petersburg Plumbing & Excavating, to the customer appreciation BBQ dinner. (L-R): Ernie Bliesner, Hanson Material Service; Jeff Butler, Butler Construction; and Bob Craigmiles, Bliesner Fence, stop by after a hard day of work. (L-R): Ray Roland, CEO, Roland Machinery Co., welcomes Bob Bruner, United Contractors Midwest, and his son Adam to the customer appreciation BBQ dinner. Jay Germann (L), general manager of the Springfield division of Roland Machinery Co., and Dunn Company’s Greg Beyers catch up at the event. Customers test their operating skills with this Komatsu PC138USLC-10 while competing in excavator basketball. Customers test their operating skills with this Komatsu PC138USLC-10 while competing in excavator basketball. (L-R): Miles Roland and William and Henry Pennell, all grandsons of Roland Machinery Co. CEO Ray Roland, and their friend Jack Reyhan have fun checking out this Komatsu PC360 LC excavator.

Roland Machinery Company held a customer appreciation night on Oct. 16 at the company’s main office in Springfield, Ill. The company served a BBQ dinner with all the fixings and gave away door prizes. Customers had the chance to test their skills by playing excavator basketball.