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Southeastern Equipment Company Hosts Open House in Brunswick, Ohio

Tue March 14, 2023 - Midwest Edition #6
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With recent remodeling at its Brunswick, Ohio, branch completed, Southeastern Equipment Company held a customer appreciation event March 2 to introduce the new look at the branch and showcase the dealership's lineup of equipment.

The event attracted more than 100 area contractors and municipal and property maintenance personnel. Attendees were treated to lunch and had an opportunity to spend time with the dealership's representatives and support personnel, as well as factory representatives from several of the equipment lines the dealership carries.

The equipment yard at the front of the building displayed a range of machines for review, including equipment from Case, Kobelco, BOMAG, Gradall, JLG, MGL Engineering, Mauldin, Rubble Master and Superior Broom.

Serving the aggregate, agriculture, construction, industrial, landscape, municipal and utilities markets throughout Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Michigan and West Virginia, Southeastern Equipment Company is one of the largest privately owned Case dealers in the Midwest. Along with Case equipment, the company is the authorized dealer for more than 30 equipment lines providing new and used equipment sales and rentals.

Southeastern carries parts for all its main equipment lines and several aftermarket options. Customers can order parts online by visiting southeasternparts.com. Same day shipping is offered on in-stock orders placed before 2:30 p.m. EST.

Established in 1957, the company has grown to operate 18 locations staffed by a roster of more than 260 sales, management and service personnel.

For more information, visit southeasternequip.com. CEG

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(L-R): Jimmy Dosztal of JD Custom Designs Excavating discussed equipment maintenance with Southeastern Equipment’s Jerry Seib and Jay Hager along with John Coe, Case Construction Equipment product support manager.
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(L-R): Medina Excavating’s Dave Turner and Mitch Miller consult Ray Hockers, Kobelco Construction Machinery district business manager, about this Kobelco SK85CS excavator.
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(L-R): Case Construction Equipment’s Eric Husick, sales specialist; Tom Hagen, business manager; and Rich Bunzel, regional marketing manager, were on hand to discuss the recently introduced Case Minotaur and other Case equipment.
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(L-R): Adam Cameron and Lenny Martz of Catholic Cemeteries caught up with Mike Kress, Southeastern Equipment Company sales representative.
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Cory Lawrence, BOMAG product support territory manager, was ready to discuss the company’s line of compaction equipment.
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(L-R): Kurt Schwartz, KM International territory manager, reviews this 4-ton, trailer-mounted asphalt hotbox reclaimer with the city of Lorain Fleet Maintenance Team’s Don Kiger, Anthony Mascaro and Thomas Gregory.
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Dobson Excavating’s Mitchell Dobson, Casey Cotterill, Brent Douglas and Darren Dobson were joined by Southeastern Equipment’s Mike Townsend as they enjoyed some lunch.
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Chris Kurz (L) regional sales manager of Southeastern Equipment Company, and Mathew Helderman (far R) operations manager, present door prizes to (L-R) Bill McLellan of Northern Ohio Excavating and Grading, Justin Cubbison of the city of Bedford and Paul Magovac of Brunswick Hills Township service department.
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