RSC Equipment Rental Holds Grand Opening in Moneta, Va.

Fri November 09, 2007 - Northeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

On Oct. 26, RSC Equipment Rental held a grand opening of its new 6,500-sq.-ft. store in Moneta, Va.

“This area is growing quickly,” said Gary Gravely, the store’s branch manager. “We look forward to meeting the needs of this booming community.”

The grand opening ran from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. and featured a complimentary steak and potato lunch, as well as door prizes and other giveaways. Manufacturer representatives were present to perform product demonstrations and answer questions regarding equipment.

This store is part of the company’s network of more than 465 locations across North America and Canada. These stores offer a complete range of equipment rental for industrial and construction companies, as well as do-it-yourselfers.

“RSC has 18 locations throughout the state of Virginia,” said Steve Warren, territory manager. “The Moneta branch is a state-of-the-art facility located on two acres at Smith Mountain Lake.”

According to Warren, this location will bring attention to RSC’s commitment to customer service and support, with the most modern fleet in the equipment rental industry, proactive safety programs and a 24/7 employee-staffed Customer Care Center. This RSC Equipment Rental store is located at 43 Spring Lake Drive, off Booker T. Washington Highway 122, next door to Capps Home Building Center.

Based in Scottsdale, Ariz., RSC Equipment Rental Inc. is one of the largest equipment rental providers in North America with more than 5,300 employees.

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