Tri-State Bobcat recently held open houses in Burnsville, Minn., on April 25, Little Canada, Minn., on May 2 and Hudson, Wis., on May 9, with hundreds of attendees, great weather and good food.
Attendees had the chance to meet with knowledgeable Tri-State staff, as well as manufacturer product reps for their compact, lift and rental product lines.
Tri-State Bobcat is a family-owned and operated company which has been one of the premier Bobcat dealers in the United States since 1983. In addition to Bobcat, the company features other equipment lines, including: Toro, Stihl, Bandit, Avant, Fecon, Wacker Neuson, Kage Plow Systems, Green Climber, Teupen, AS Motor, Apex and Z-Spray. It serves a wide range of markets including construction, landscaping, grounds and property maintenance, agriculture, tree care, land clearing and erosion control.
Tri-State has focused on expanding its product lines to become the place to go for its customers' compact equipment needs. The three convenient locations feature huge showrooms, expanded parts departments, more service bays and large yards full of new, used and rental equipment.
For more information, visit www.tristatebobcat.com.
Brian Bjonfald (L), Bobcat and Avant sales specialist, Burnsville, with Bobcat District Sales Manager Tim Krahn and the Toolcat 5600.
Leo Kempenich, territory manager at Stihl Products of Cottage Grove, Wis., answered customer questions about Stihl’s product lines.
Jon Almquist, Toro district sales manager from Bloomington Minn., with the company’s new Toro Dingo TXL 2000.
Mike Stephan, president, founder and inventor of Kage, poses with the Snowfire Snow Plow Box System for skid steers and compact wheel loaders.
Jessica Peterson (L) and Lizzie Ammann, parts specialist superstars.
Checking out the new Toro TX 2000 are Mike Cambell (L), owner of Campbells Welding & Skidsteer Service, and John Campbell, father of Mike and CEO.
Wade Austin, product and service technician at Tri-State Bobcat, has training classes that operate of the Burnsville location to assist companies on operation and service practices on a wide range of products carried at Tri-State Bobcat.
The Fecon FTX128R on display at Tri-State Bobcat.
The Tri-State Bobcat facility.
The Avant product line on display at the Burnsville, Minn., facility.
(L-R): John Buelow and Andy Buelow of Stillwater, Minn., check out this Bandit Intimidator 12xp with Tri-State Bobcat Little Canada Service Manager Mark Larson.
This Kage Super display trailer has been used at open houses and trade shows across the country.
Beau Slavens, Avant sales manager from the company’s headquarters in Arlington Heights, Ill.