Tracey Road Holds Customer Appreciation Octoberfest

More than 1,000 area contractors, municipalities and trucking firms were able to experience 30-acres of facility and equipment yard that makes up the Tracey Road Equipment experience.

📅   Wed November 04, 2015 - Northeast Edition
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A feast fit for kings was provided for the guests of this year’s Tracey Road Equipment Octoberfest.
A feast fit for kings was provided for the guests of this year’s Tracey Road Equipment Octoberfest.
A feast fit for kings was provided for the guests of this year’s Tracey Road Equipment Octoberfest. People not familiar with the Tracey Road Equipment service and support experience were able to tour the facilities. This panoramic view gives some idea of the scope of the Tracey Road Equipment Syracuse operation. How often can you get the opportunity to shop for earthmoving equipment, articulated trucks, over-the-road trucks and asphalt trailers all at the same time? Mike Flynn, Felling Trailers, demonstrates the ease of loading this Broce broom on his tilt-deck trailer, which is powered by compressed air. Terry Ober, Kobelco America, shows the Kobelco excavator that is taking central New York by storm. The features of a New Holland 80C loader are shown to the village of Copenhagen.  (L-R) are Joe Natali, Tracey Road Equipment; Gail Alexander, village of Copenhagen; Scott Alexander, village of Copenhagen; and Nick Natali, Tracey Road Equipment. This young operator thinks a compact excavator is just the right size. Jack Lyon held a major construction equipment auction during the event. New and used trucks, trailers, earthmoving equipment … Tracey Road Equipment’s Octoberfest had it all. The sunshine on the second day of the customer appreciation event brought in equipment owners from across New York State. Clowns, face painting and fun with balloons were the order of the day.

On Oct. 9 and 10, Tracey Road Equipment celebrated its annual Octoberfest Customer Appreciation Event at its Syracuse, N.Y., headquarters.

More than 1,000 area contractors, municipalities and trucking firms were able to experience 30-acres of facility and equipment yard that makes up the Tracey Road Equipment experience.

Contractors were able to view equipment from manufacturers including Kobelco, Liebherr, Hyundai, Terex, New Holland, Kawasaki, Bell, Sakai, Dieci and Doppstadt; and attachments from names such as Paladin, Allied, Stanley, Labounty and Furukawa.

Municipalities and trucking firms were able to view the offerings from Freightliner, Western Star, Rogers, Oshkosh, Interstate, Hi-Way, Etnyre and Felling, to name a few.

On day two of this year’s Octoberfest, Alex Lyon & Son Auctioneers held a major equipment liquidation sale on site.