Stephenson Holds Bomag Demo Event in Prospect Park, Pa.

At the event, contractors from around the Delaware Valley area were able to learn about and get behind the controls of the entire Bomag asphalt equipment line.

📅   Wed April 20, 2016 - Northeast Edition


The Bomag Cedarapids pavers are real workhorses, Keith Littler of SEI (C) talks with attendees about the screed options available.
The Bomag Cedarapids pavers are real workhorses, Keith Littler of SEI (C) talks with attendees about the screed options available.
The Bomag Cedarapids pavers are real workhorses, Keith Littler of SEI (C) talks with attendees about the screed options available. Also on display was Stephenson’s service fleet, which includes factory-trained parts and service personnel available when needed. Jered Oman (L) and Mark Maloney Jr., both of Maloney Macadam Maintenance, Fleetwood, Pa., check out this Bomag BM 1200/35 cold milling machine. (L-R): Joe Rieger of Allan Myers Construction, Worcester, Pa., talks Bomag equipment with Jim Head, territory manager of Bomag, and Keith Littler, territory manager of Stephenson Equipment, Prospect Park, Pa. Keith Littler (second from R), territory manager of Stephenson Equipment, explains the features and benefits of a Bomag Cedarapids CR462 paver with (L-R) Amanda Knauer, Eric Hinz and Dan Valvo, all of Allan Myers Construction. Mike Shoemaker (R), field service technician of Stephenson Equipment, shows Eric Vaggioli of Delaware Valley Paving, Phoenixville, Pa., the controls of a Bomag BM 1300/30 cold milling machine. Lunch was served up by Brewster’s Bar B Que of Akron, Pa. Stephenson’s Prospect Park, Pa., location has the entire Bomag heavy highway asphalt line on display, from the powerful and diverse mills to its Cedarapids pavers to the intelligent compaction rollers featuring the Economizer and TanGo Oscillation. Brad Baum (L) of Stephenson Equipment speaks with Jeff Esbin of J.D. Eckman about the intelligent compaction built into the larger Bomag rollers. Rich Somers (R) of Innovative Construction Services, Folcroft, Pa., and Keith Littler of Stephenson Equipment look over the center-mounted BM 1300/30 mill from Bomag. Customers could get on the Bomag equipment, operate it, and learn about the equipment first-hand from Bomag and Stephenson representatives.

Stephenson Equipment held a Bomag Demo Day Event April 1 in Prospect Park, Pa.

At the event, contractors from around the Delaware Valley area were able to learn about and get behind the controls of the entire Bomag asphalt equipment line, including milling machines, pavers and rollers. Stephenson Equipment is the authorized Bomag dealer for the eastern half of Pennsylvania and upstate New York. Stephenson's Prospect Park location features recently renovated buildings, including parts, rental and service areas.

For its guests, Stephenson Equipment provided coffee, juice and donuts in the morning and a catered barbecue lunch by Brewster's Bar B Que of Akron, Pa. Bomag Demo Day guests also were treated to door prizes and other give-aways.