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Va.’s I.C.E Holds Annual Golf Outing in Kissimmee, Fla.

Tue March 27, 2012 - National Edition
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(L-R): Tony Chapman of C & E International Planters; Ted McKeon of Construction Equipment Guide; Cash Chapman of C & E International Planters; and Jerry Holleran of Tin Man Equipment.
(L-R): Tony Chapman of C & E International Planters; Ted McKeon of Construction Equipment Guide; Cash Chapman of C & E International Planters; and Jerry Holleran of Tin Man Equipment.
(L-R): Tony Chapman of C & E International Planters; Ted McKeon of Construction Equipment Guide; Cash Chapman of C & E International Planters; and Jerry Holleran of Tin Man Equipment. (L-R): Ryan Brouillette of Foley CAT.; Kent Hogeboom of Construction Equipment Guide; Jim Wright of Wright Equipment Company; and Bill Musgrave of Altorfer CAT. (L-R): Rob Williams of International Construction Equipment (I.C.E.); Chris Hughes of Merriman Equipment; Bill Bunting of Cimarron Equipment; and John Owen of IronPlanet. (L-R): Nate Sirotak of Altorfer CAT; Rich Carifano of Foley CAT; Lori Bunger of Holt CAT; and David Mehrtens of Road Builders Machinery and Supply. (L-R): Doug Mehner of Road Builders Machinery and Supply; Mike Hayes of Hayes Tractor and Equipment; Dan Simpson of Daneco Trading Inc.; and Eric Willering of Wilco Machinery. (L-R): Bob Williams of International Construction Equipment; Bob Kukulski of Foley CAT; Tom Ferguson of May Equipment; and Gary Jarvis of Carolina CAT. Bob Williams (R), founder of International Construction Equipment (I.C.E.) and his sons, Rob (L) and Dave, hosted this annual event.

International Construction Equipment (I.C.E.), headquartered in Williamsburg, Va., held its annual golf outing recently at the Falcon’s Fire Golf Course in Kissimmee, Fla.

I.C.E. is primarily in the business of importing and exporting used construction equipment across the world.

“Our business depends heavily upon our connections and contacts all across the world,” said Bob Williams, president and founder of I.C.E. “We work with a multitude of companies to both locate and sell heavy iron. One of many keys to effective networking is maintaining strong relationships with your client base. These equipment auctions that are held annually in the Orlando area draw thousands of equipment buyers and sellers from across the globe. This creates the perfect opportunity for us to get together with a group of close friends and associates and enjoy a day on the links.”