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Vermeer Texas-Louisiana Hosts Groundbreaking Event for San Antonio Facility Relocation

Tue September 18, 2012 - West Edition
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Vermeer Texas-Louisiana Vice President of South Texas, Mike Bye.
Vermeer Texas-Louisiana Vice President of South Texas, Mike Bye.
Vermeer Texas-Louisiana Vice President of South Texas, Mike Bye. Vermeer Texas-Louisiana CEO, Whit Perryman. San Antonio Vermeer branch employees (Left to Right) – Kevin Keith, Sales Representative, Mike Bye, Vice President, Brady Urbanek, Sales Representative, Brian Harris, Branch Manager, John Sowder, Service Manager, Richard Overland, Service Manager The store will include additional space for heavy equipment, parts inventory, service, training and sales. Chairman of Northeast partnership for Economic Development and Mayor of Converse, Texas, Al Saurez with Tom Daly, Mayor of Selma, Texas Groundbreaking ceremony (left to right) Whit Perryman, CEO, Vermeer Texas-Louisiana, Mark Krueger, COO, Vermeer Texas-Louisiana, Brian Harris, Branch Manager, Vermeer Texas-Louisiana, Mike Bye, Vice President, Vermeer Texas-Louisiana, Tom Daly, Mayor, Sel Digging in at the Groundbreaking ceremony (left to right) Whit Perryman, CEO, Vermeer Texas-Louisiana, Mark Krueger, COO, Vermeer Texas-Louisiana, Brian Harris, Branch Manager, Vermeer Texas-Louisiana, Mike Bye, Vice President, Vermeer Texas-Louisiana, To Selma Staff with Vermeer Texas-Louisiana staff (left to right) Rose Ryan, Executive Director of the Randolph Metrocomm Chamber of Commerce, Mark Krueger, COO, Vermeer Texas-Louisiana, Mike Bye, Vice President, Vermeer Texas-Louisiana, Ken Roberts, Selma C Mark Gonzales, on behalf of US Representative Henry Cuellar 28th congressional district with Rose Ryan, Executive Director of the Randolph Metrocomm Chamber of Commerce.

Vermeer Texas-Louisiana held a groundbreaking ceremony on Thursday, September 13th for their San Antonio facility relocation.

Located directly off the IH-35 corridor on the northeast side of San Antonio within the city limits of Selma, the new 34,000 sq. ft. facility will be built on 8.2 acres and will open in early 2013. The store will include additional space for heavy equipment, parts inventory, service, training and sales.

The new facility will replace the branch located at 4455 Director Drive on the east side of San Antonio, which has been open since 1978. Vermeer Texas-Louisiana is the authorized dealer for Vermeer underground construction, wood waste recycling, landscaping and tree equipment within the state. The dealership has been awarded the Platinum Mark of Excellence, the highest distinction awarded by the manufacturer, recognizing excellence in customer service and support.

The groundbreaking event was hosted in partnership with the Randolph Metrocom Chamber of Commerce, which supports economic development and business growth in Selma and nine other local communities.

“We are extremely grateful for the support we have received from our San Antonio customer base over the past thirty years” said Vice President Mike Bye, “We are investing in this new facility to demonstrate our continued commitment to better service our customers in the region.”