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Top Notch Hosts Spring Open House

The event featured open house special pricing, giveaways, food and beverages, equipment demonstrations and onsite demo sign ups.

Sat April 12, 2014 - Midwest Edition
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Dustin Breiwick, vice president of Top Notch Equipment, Plymouth, Minn., shows attendees the newly added Avant 750.
Dustin Breiwick, vice president of Top Notch Equipment, Plymouth, Minn., shows attendees the newly added Avant 750.
Dustin Breiwick, vice president of Top Notch Equipment, Plymouth, Minn., shows attendees the newly added Avant 750. Owner and CEO Mike Daugherty of Daugherty Lawncare, Robbinsdale, Minn., came by to look at the new mowers and other new equipment that Top Notch had on hand. Manitou Group and Mustang District Development Manager Ken Koshatka of West Bend, Wis., with the Mustang 1900R. Top Notch Parts and Service Manager Corey Baanrud said, “We can get parts for most machines drop shipped next day if needed. Bring us your equipment and we can get it ready to go for a great construction season.” Tom Nelson of Plymouth Equipment Center takes a test on the Avant 750. Harry Fleegel, Top Notch Sales, was on hand to answer questions about the Mustang 4000V, known as “the beast.”

Top Notch hosted its Spring Open House on March 19 in Plymouth, Minn.

The event featured open house special pricing, giveaways, food and beverages, equipment demonstrations and onsite demo sign ups. Manufacturer representatives were on hand to answer questions. The open house featured many equipment from Mustang, Avant, Toro, Gehl, Wright, RedMax and Boxer.




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