Titan Machinery Hosts Two Open Houses in Omaha, Duluth

Hundreds of customers came out to Omaha to celebrate, win door prizes and have lunch with the Titan team.

📅   Fri May 20, 2016 - Midwest Edition


Approximately 200 customers attended the Titan Machinery open house at its Duluth location on May 5.
Approximately 200 customers attended the Titan Machinery open house at its Duluth location on May 5.
Approximately 200 customers attended the Titan Machinery open house at its Duluth location on May 5. 
Alan Voeltz (L), Wacker Neuson district manager, and Jeffrey Lefebvre, Titan Machinery field marketer, stand with the popular WL52 wheel loader at the Duluth location open house. 
Chris Stevenson gave this CX55B a shot as her husband Carl Stevenson of Duluth, Minn., looks on.   
Bud McCollum (L), JLG representative, and Dustin Ronke, rental operations manager, Titan Machinery, Omaha, attend the event. Approximately 200 customers attended the Titan Machinery open house at its Duluth location on May 5. 
Lunch was served at Titan Machinery’s Duluth location open house.
Gabriel Campbell (L), Waste Wood Recyclers, Duluth, Minn., just purchased this Case CX160 excavator, and will be converting it into a forestry unit for the company’s biomass production facility. With him is Justin Kangas, Titan Machinery, field service technician. 
Erick Fronden, supervisor of the city of Duluth, gives this Case CX75 with thumb bucket a shot at the obstacle course set up in the demo area.
Chris Schroeder, trainee of Country Trucking and Excavating, Duluth, Minn., takes on the basketball challenge with this Case 580 TLB.  
Jamey Baumgartner (L) of Country Truck and Excavating, Duluth Minn., talks with Mike Werman, Titan Machinery, machine control specialist, about the advantages of using the Leica GPS systems in multiple applications.
Dee Lipker (L), Case Construction, parts and service sales manager and Patrick Altmann, Case territory manager, Farmington, Minn., stand with a Case CX160D excavator at the Duluth location. 
Ryan Schall, store manager, Titan Machinery, Duluth, showcases a pair of Case skid steer loaders — an SV185 and an SV300.

Titan Machinery held two open house events, one at its new Omaha, Neb., location on April 29 to celebrate the company's move to its brand new dealership location, and one at its Duluth, Minn., location on May 5.

Hundreds of customers came out to Omaha to celebrate, win door prizes and have lunch with the Titan team. In addition, guests checked out a backhoe with a Case/Toku hammer, which was demonstrated. A variety of vendors including Case Construction, JLG, Wacker Neuson, Werk Brau, Paladin, Toku, Leica, Toro, Side Dump'r, Sennebogen, K-Tec, CNH Capital, CNH Industrial, Atlas Copco and Fleetgard were there to support and help sponsor the event. Those attending were able to participate in a backhoe rodeo to show their machine operating skills.

Omaha prize winners:

• Poker run winner — Luke Bostwick, city of Blair

• Backhoe rodeo winner — Bob Fox, Fox Machine Shop

• Door prize winners — John Otte, city of Blair; Alen Ayler, city of Plattsmouth; Jim Bloom, city of Walnut; Allen Olson, Olson Contracting; Gary Wurtz, Wurtz Cattle Co.; Greg Armstrong, Swain Construction

Approximately 200 customers attended the Titan Machinery open house at its Duluth location on May 5. The event featured an equipment skills competition, prize giveaways and a free lunch. Manufacturer representatives were on site along with Titan employees to answer questions and explain the features of the equipment on-hand.