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Trico Equipment Services Holds Anniversary Celebration

Tue October 23, 2012 - Northeast Edition
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Frank Tyson (L) and John Johnson, of Flowline Components, were glad to be among the first to arrive at Trico’s open house event.
Frank Tyson (L) and John Johnson, of Flowline Components, were glad to be among the first to arrive at Trico’s open house event.
Frank Tyson (L) and John Johnson, of Flowline Components, were glad to be among the first to arrive at Trico’s open house event. Charlie Bagnall, of Peterson, an Astec Industries Company, was one of the many vendors who participated in Trico Equipment’s open house. Vendor Alan Craft, of Towmaster, is all smiles at Trico Equipment’s open house. Attendees didn’t have to worry about the threat of bad weather as they enjoy the free food provided by Trico, safely under a provided tent. A local farmer brought a Case IH MX235 tractor to the Trico Equipment Services Open House. (L-R): Frank Horan, George Hamlin, Andrew Pustizzi and Kenny Senior are enjoying each other’s company at the open house. In the skid steer challenge, this Case SV300 skid steer loader is driven through a dense pvc pipe maze, all the while balancing softballs and a soccer ball. This Case SV300 skid steer loader navigates its way through the skid steer challenge. The team at Trico Equipment Services gathers together after a day filled with food, fun, and friends. (L-R): Mike Kane of ACS Industries, Mark Paduleski and Jim Fox, both of Case Construction, enjoy a chat in front of this Case 580 N loader backhoe. While the judges look on, Jim Pinto of Burlington Township Public Works tries his hand at the rodeo competition in a Case 580 Super N backhoe loader. The operator of the backhoe loader prepares to grab the catch that will lift the bucket up. It takes a steady hand to lower the bucket over the cone without knocking the soccer ball over. Bob Buker (L) and Roberto Luaces of Trico Equipment Services are all smiles as they stand by to register any takers in the Trico  Rodeo.

Trico Equipment Services held an open house on Oct. 10 in Freehold, N.J., to celebrate its sixth decade in business.

“We’ve been serving the community for 60 years and we look to our past proudly as we also look to the future,” said Steve Scattolini.

The open house featured a rodeo competition in which a Case 580 Super N backhoe loader and a Case SV300 skid steer were put through their paces. There was plenty of free food available during the event, which also featured vendors on site to provide information on various products.