Walsh JCB Hosts Demo Day Event in Prospect, Pa.

Tue October 21, 2014 - Northeast Edition
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Ron Smith (L) of Banks Township catches up with Walsh JCB’s Mike Walsh before trying out the machines.
Ron Smith (L) of Banks Township catches up with Walsh JCB’s Mike Walsh before trying out the machines.
Ron Smith (L) of Banks Township catches up with Walsh JCB’s Mike Walsh before trying out the machines. Cliff Brant (in cab) of Greenville Borough gets some last minute operating instructions on this JCB 150T compact track loader from JCB Global Skid Steer and Compact Track Loader Product Manager Ashley Graham. (L-R): Walsh JCB Sales Administrator Lori Nelson joins Ron Stutz of Ron Stutz Construction and Walsh JCB President Charlie Walsh to discuss purchase options. The JCB Dancing Digger demonstration always attracts a good deal of attention. (L-R): Frank Murcko of Cranberry Township and Dale Linton and Jeff Savchuk of Greenville Borough admire the JCB 417HT compact wheel loader. JCB General Manager, Sales, Shane Coates (L) and Walsh JCB’s Chad Brocious welcome attendees to the Demo Day event. John Goreczny of Cranberry Township tries out a JCB 86-C1 excavator. (L-R): Alfred Kammerdiener and Jack Zubik of Boggs Township, Armstrong County, speak with JCB Telehandler Product Manager Stuart Fox.


Walsh JCB hosted a JCB Demo Day event Oct. 2 at the company’s headquarters in Prospect, Pa.

Attendees were treated to a catered lunch and door prizes while visiting with the Walsh team and a full contingent of JCB product specialists. While a full lineup of JCB machines were on hand for review and available for demonstration, JCB’s new 86C compact excavator, 526 compact telescopic handler and new 3CX backhoe were the day’s featured machines. Billed as JCB’s entry-level backhoe, the 3CX features an extremely tough design, combining reliability with affordability and a standard five-year warranty. Other JCB machines on hand included telescopic handlers, backhoes and compact excavator models as well as skid steers, wheel loaders and attachments.

The event attracted a good-sized crowd of area contractors and municipalities eager to learn about JCB latest product developments and equipment offerings. Charlie Walsh, president of Walsh JCB and Shane Coates, general manager, sales of JCB agreed that the demo day event provided an outstanding opportunity for customers and prospects to learn about the JCB line up of equipment and gain hands on experience of the machines’ capabilities.

For more information, visit www.walshequipmentinc.com.