Townline Equipment Hosts Annual Open House

More than 1,000 guests from the Northeast attended this traditional New England event.

Tue May 05, 2015 - Northeast Edition
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Jason (L) and Kevin Hurley, owners of Hurley Electric in Canaan, N.H., make it an annual tradition to attend Townline Equipment’s open house.
Jason (L) and Kevin Hurley, owners of Hurley Electric in Canaan, N.H., make it an annual tradition to attend Townline Equipment’s open house.
Jason (L) and Kevin Hurley, owners of Hurley Electric in Canaan, N.H., make it an annual tradition to attend Townline Equipment’s open house. Townline’s new equipment lot features an extensive inventory of Kubota and Case Ag and construction equipment. A local New Hampshire band, “The Plainfield Orangemen,” gathered a large crowd as they entertained Townline’s guests with their easy listening music. Two of the open house’s youngest guests enjoyed the sunshine and some vanilla ice cream while sitting in the bucket of a Case wheel loader. Open house attendees used the opportunity to visit with old friends. McNamara Dairy, one of Townline Equipment’s customers, brought two of its calves to the event. Townline Equipment’s employees took their turns at the grills to cook for all the guests who attend the open house year after year. Enormous crowds gathered inside to enjoy the deliciously prepared meals, relax and reconnect with one another. Townline Equipment’s used equipment lot featured high quality, gently used machines at competitive prices. The new HAKKIPILKE-Easy 38 firewood machine was hooked up to Townline’s Kubota LA1002 tractor to demonstrate the latest process for cutting firewood. With an electrically operated splitting mechanism, hydraulic saw and conveyor equipped with a debri

Townline Equipment in Plainfield, N.H., hosted its annual open house on April 15. More than 1,000 guests from the Northeast attended this traditional New England event.

Townline Equipment was founded in 1971 and is owned and operated by the Marrazzo family. Townline serves New England’s agriculture and construction arena by featuring lines such as Kubota, Case Agriculture, Case Construction and New Holland.




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