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SEI-Walsh Equipment Hosts Customer Appreciation Event

Mon November 12, 2018 - Northeast Edition #23
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Contractors and municipal maintenance personnel from northwestern Pennsylvania were welcomed at a customer appreciation event held by Stephenson Equipment's (SEI) Walsh division. Guests gathered at the Pioneer Steam & Gas Society Park in Saegertown, Pa., on Oct. 11.

For many attendees, relationships with Walsh Equipment go back many years, prior to the dealership's acquisition last year by SEI. Customers were pleased to see many familiar faces and equipment lines while being introduced to new equipment and personnel. They also were excited to learn about SEI's investments in western Pennsylvania and Walsh, which includes a large, dedicated rental fleet; a new truck equipment facility for Walsh truck equipment; more road service capability; and new equipment lines such as Bomag and Bandit.

Approximately 200 attendees were treated to lunch and provided the opportunity to catch up with SEI-Walsh employees. Manufacturer representatives also were on hand to answer questions about their equipment on display at the event and to introduce new products in their line-up.

Equipment included a range of JCB machines; trucks equipped by J&J Truck Bodies; LeeBoy pavers; Bomag rollers; Bandit wood processing equipment; Tiger mowers; Massey Ferguson tractors; and the dealership's latest addition to its equipment line, Falcon asphalt repair equipment.

With the addition of Walsh Equipment Division's two locations in 2017, SEI now operates six facilities in Pennsylvania, along with two locations in New York, staffed by a total of nearly 200 employees.

Greene Township’s Chris Magee tries his hand at the skill challenge with this JCB 48 Z-1 mini-excavator.
Greene Township’s Chris Magee tries his hand at the skill challenge with this JCB 48 Z-1 mini-excavator.

Mike Walsh (R) was glad to catch up with long-time customers.
Mike Walsh (R) was glad to catch up with long-time customers.

Rick Allgeier (L) of Greene Township caught up with Stephenson Equipment’s Bill Shaw at the event.
Rick Allgeier (L) of Greene Township caught up with Stephenson Equipment’s Bill Shaw at the event.

(L-R): Ernie Robinson, Chris Magee and George Erbin of Greene Township joined Steve Goodwill and Ryan Jespersen of Columbus Township to review the JCB machines on display at the event.
(L-R): Ernie Robinson, Chris Magee and George Erbin of Greene Township joined Steve Goodwill and Ryan Jespersen of Columbus Township to review the JCB machines on display at the event.

Brian Thornton was on hand to discuss Falcon asphalt repair equipment, a recent addition to Stephenson Equipment’s line-up.
Brian Thornton was on hand to discuss Falcon asphalt repair equipment, a recent addition to Stephenson Equipment’s line-up.

(L-R): Leslie and Eric Bohrer of asphalt contractor Bohrer Enterprises spoke with Stephenson Equipment’s Tim Gold about their positive experiences with LeeBoy pavers.
(L-R): Leslie and Eric Bohrer of asphalt contractor Bohrer Enterprises spoke with Stephenson Equipment’s Tim Gold about their positive experiences with LeeBoy pavers.

(L-R): Erik Kulusa of haF.AST Dirtworks, Conneaut Lake, Pa., caught up with Stephenson Equipment/Walsh Equipment Division’s Nick Shaw and Jason Acerra at the event.
(L-R): Erik Kulusa of haF.AST Dirtworks, Conneaut Lake, Pa., caught up with Stephenson Equipment/Walsh Equipment Division’s Nick Shaw and Jason Acerra at the event.

Stephenson Equipment/Walsh Equipment Division’s Customer Appreciation Event was held at the Pioneer Steam & Gas Society Park in Saegertown, Pa.
Stephenson Equipment/Walsh Equipment Division’s Customer Appreciation Event was held at the Pioneer Steam & Gas Society Park in Saegertown, Pa.