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TEC Holds Customer Appreciation Event in Montgomery

Fri December 23, 2011 - Southeast Edition
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Having a few laughs in the shop area are TEC Montgomery Branch Service Manager Keith Watkins (L) and Harry Lambert, Lambert Materials, Tysonville, Ala.
Having a few laughs in the shop area are TEC Montgomery Branch Service Manager Keith Watkins (L) and Harry Lambert, Lambert Materials, Tysonville, Ala.
Having a few laughs in the shop area are TEC Montgomery Branch Service Manager Keith Watkins (L) and Harry Lambert, Lambert Materials, Tysonville, Ala. Discussing the LeeBoy products offered by TEC (L-R) are Brian Hall, regional representative of LeeBoy; Joe Patton, TEC regional sales manager; and Ricky Ward, Red Eagle Sand & Gravel, Montgomery, Ala. Deep in discussion of the latest construction trends in the Alabama market are Harry Ward (L), Ward & Ward, Auburn, Ala., and Dan Stracener, TEC president. (L-R) are Buddy Coleman, TEC Montgomery service technician; Ben Weaver, Southeast Cherokee Construction, Montgomery, Ala.; Joe Patton, TEC regional sales manager; and Reuben Gardner, Reuben’s Construction Co., Prattville, Ala. Bob Candee (L) of Fecon presents a $50 Bass Pro Shop gift card to prize winner John Brown, J.C. Brown Construction, Prattville, Ala. David Maddox (L), TEC Montgomery branch manager, presents prizewinner Pete Stanfield, Stanco Inc., Montgomery, Ala., with one of the YETI coolers. One more happy YETI cooler winner, Tom Bledsoe (L), Bledsoe Mining, Baker Hill, Ala., is congratulated by TEC Montgomery Branch Manager, David Maddox.

Tractor & Equipment Company (TEC) recently held a customer appreciation event at its Montgomery, Ala., branch facility. More than 200 guests made their way to the evening event to enjoy some juicy steaks hot off the grille and all the sides. The Tractor & Equipment employees cooked steaks for their customers on the same “TEC custom mobile grille” that was used extensively for preparing meals for those that were devastated by the tornadoes that swept through Alabama last spring. Representatives of Komatsu, Dynapac, LeeBoy, Fecon, Wirtgen, Schwarze and others turned out to lend their support for the hugely successful event and supplied additional door prizes. Some manufacturers also brought additional equipment for guests to demo.

Door prizes included $50 Bass Pro Shop gift certificates, and YETI coolers. The coolers were a big hit as anyone who has a YETI cooler attests to the fact that it can keep ice for two to five days.

Montgomery Branch Manager, David Maddox stated, “We were truly blessed to have such a great turnout. The manufacturers were a tremendous help in putting this on and we certainly appreciate them. This was simply an event to say thank you and show our customers just how important they are to us. We were extremely grateful that they were able to take time out of their busy schedules and stop by and spend some time with us.”