Stephenson Invites Its Customers to 2019 Bandit Day in Prospect, Pa.

Mon July 22, 2019 - Northeast Edition #15

There will be demonstrations going on during the event.
There will be demonstrations going on during the event.
There will be demonstrations going on during the event. Visitors will have the opportunity to see Bandit stump grinders up close and talk with the experts about their operation. See the power of Bandit chippers on display during Bandit Day at SEI Aug. 1, 2019. The 1425 Beast Grinder will be on display and operating at the event. It is towable and a perfect machine for pallet recyclers, sawmills, landscapers or small tree service yards. The Bandit Day event will be held at SEI’s newly renovated Butler branch located in Prospect, Pa., (formerly Walsh Equipment).

Stephenson Equipment and Bandit are inviting customers, contractors and friends who have an interest in chippers and stump grinders to the 2019 Bandit Day celebration. The event will take place at Stephenson's location on Unionville Road in Prospect, Pa., (formerly Walsh Equipment), on Aug. 1 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Guests will have an opportunity to see the 1425 Bandit Beast towable grinder, known as the Mini Beast grinder/mulcher, as well as talk with Bandit representatives, visit the Bandit event trailer, see demonstrations and enjoy lunch.

Bandit wear parts will be discounted 10 percent in addition to other specials.

One attendee will win a Grand Prize ticket to the Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA) event in Pittsburgh, Pa., in November 2019, including a night's stay in Pittsburgh at a hotel and dinner.

For more information, or to RSVP, call 724/865-0227. CEG

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