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Tri-State Bobcat Holds Grand Opening for New Facility

Wed May 16, 2018 - Midwest Edition #10

Features of the new facility include a more than 10,000-sq.-ft. showroom.
Features of the new facility include a more than 10,000-sq.-ft. showroom.
Features of the new facility include a more than 10,000-sq.-ft. showroom.
Tri-State Bobcat recently opened its new facility in Little Canada, Minn.
The Avant team stands in front of the newest Avant articulated 530 loader, which features two speeds and added extra protection for heavy-duty use in the field. (L-R): Avant President Jukka Lyly-Yrjanainen; North America Sales Manager Beau Slavens, Avant, Arlington Heights, Ill.; and Tri-State Bobcat Avant Sales Specialist Brian Bjonfald, Burnsville, Minn.
Checking out the newest product added to Tri-State Bobcat lineup are Tony Trainer (L), tree care account manager of Teupen Lifts, Charlotte, N.C., and John Miller, city of Minneapolis equipment operator.
Team Kage was on hand with their customized tradeshow super trailer. (L-R) are long-time Kage Snow System customer Joe Reil, owner of White Bear Lawn & Snow; Greg Donovan, sales manager of Kage; and Jason Capatske, Kage regional sales manager. Reil said he runs three Kage systems and it has significantly reduced his plow time.
(L-R): Jon Almquist, Toro district sales manager; Mike McDonald, University of Minnesota turf management supervisor; and University of Minnesota groundskeeper, Matt Grossjean. The university uses an extensive number of Toro products for its grounds maintenance work.
(L-R): Courtnie Baraaten, service department; Tri-State Owner Bill Quirk; and Hannah James, receptionist, were busy greeting attendees and registering them for door prizes.
Tri-State Sales Manager Jon Quirk (L) and Bobcat Midwest Field Parts Manager Joe Meide, Mandan, N.D. Tri-State Bobcat’s state-of-the-art parts department features 22 television monitors.
Tri-State Bobcat’s Nick Kentros, sales specialist, is ready to discuss Bandit and Fecon equipment during the event.
The Teupen Canopy Series has been specially configured to address height access needs of the tree care industry. Teupen USA is based in Pineville, N.C.

Tri-State Bobcat held a grand opening April 20 for its new Little Canada, Minn., facility.

Attendees and vendors helped celebrate the new 38,625-sq.-ft. facility, which has been completely renovated and remodeled from an existing building that Tri-State Bobcat purchased.

Features of the new facility include a more than 10,000-sq.-ft. showroom, a conference room, large parts department, a service and rental counter, a shop with seven technicians, a large customer parking lot, a rental equipment pick-up and return area, and used and rental equipment storage.

For more information, visit https://www.tristatebobcat.com/