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Tracey Road Equipment Holds 35th Anniversary Open House

Fri October 21, 2011 - Northeast Edition
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Tracey Road Equipment’s 35th Anniversary Open House was held Oct 6. The weather cooperated, providing a magnificent day for everyone who attended.
Tracey Road Equipment’s 35th Anniversary Open House was held Oct 6. The weather cooperated, providing a magnificent day for everyone who attended.
Tracey Road Equipment’s 35th Anniversary Open House was held Oct 6. The weather cooperated, providing a magnificent day for everyone who attended. Alliance Truck Parts had its NASCAR Dodge racing car on display. Tom Krick (R) of Highway Equipment, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, talks with Jerry Hapgood of the town of Scott, N.Y. Scott Smith, Stan Hayes and Howard Eaton of the town of Norway, N.Y., look over a new Hyundai HL579. The Hyundai LCR-9 excavator attracted a lot of attention during the open house. Bill Holland (L), George Cortney (R), both of the town of LaPierre, take a break by a New Holland C227 skid steer. Tracey Road Equipment’s 35th Anniversary Open House proved to be a great event for contractors to meet and discuss equipment. John Mesbauer, Charlie Masters, Fritz Muench and Marty West, all of Tracey Road Equipment, pause for a moment for a quick photo op in Construction Equipment Guide. The Alliance Truck Parts car attracted guests as if it were a magnet to metal. Jay Barnveld (R) of Tracey Road Equipment speaks with attendees from the town of Fayetteville. Scott Thayer (L) of Tracey Road Equipment presents a check in the amount of approximately $1,000 to Richard Blansett of the American Red Cross. Proceeds came from a raffle of four Buffalo Bills tickets. Gerald Hapgood of the town of Scott, N.Y., competes in the skid steer rodeo. Many people enjoyed the day by watching the rodeo as well as looking at all the equipment. Jeff Seguin of the town of Louisville looks over a new New Holland B95B. Dave Krason (L) of Broce Manufacturing talks about his machine with open house guests. A barbecue lunch was served to everyone during Tracey Road Equipment’s 35th Anniversary Open House. Jerry Tracey (C), owner of Tracey Road Equipment, talks with Tom Fenzl of Wausau-Everest Equipment of Ayers Cliff, Quebec, Canada. The tent is filled with guests enjoying a barbecue lunch. Open house guests participated in a raffle to win four Buffalo Bills tickets. All proceeds went to the American Red Cross.

Tracey Road Equipment held an open house Oct. 6 in East Syracuse, N.Y., to celebrate its 35th anniversary.

A variety of activities and events kept guests entertained during the open house, including the New Holland Super Boom Road Show event, during which attendees could demonstrate their operating skills on a new 200 Series skid steer. Chris Howlett C.D. Howlett of Marietta, N.Y., won the event with a time of 1 minute and 12 seconds, earning a trip to Louisville, Ky., Oct. 27 to 29 to compete in the semifinals and finals. If he is the big winner there, he’ll take home a new fully-loaded New Holland 2011 L218 skid steer loader with retail value of approximately $35,000.

The Alliance Truck Parts Racing Team made a pit stop at the open house. There, guests could see the #12 Dodge Challenger, get a collectable photo, win $25 Alliance Truck Parts gift cards and play the Pit Stop Challenge matching game.

Plenty of door prizes had guests keeping their ears open to find out if they were lucky winners. The grand prize was four tickets to see the much-improved Buffalo Bills in action against the Denver Broncos later this year. All proceeds for the tickets, which totaled approximately $1,000, benefitted the American Red Cross. Dave Montroy of Montroy Development won the tickets.

Prior to the open house, guests could pre-register for the chance to win either $500 and/or $750 in Tracey Road Rewards. The former could be won by simply registering online at Tracey Road Equipment’s Web site, while the latter could be won by pre-registering on Facebook and “liking” Tracey Road Equipment.

Of course, guests were well fed with Tracey Road Equipment serving up a delicious barbecue lunch. Equipment demonstrations and seminars also were held throughout the day.