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Yancey Bros. Co. Holds Get In, Get Real Event in Austell

Wed June 12, 2013 - Southeast Edition
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(L-R): Chris Brogdon, product support representative of Yancey, welcomes customers to the event including: Ronnie Hoover, Dale Cronauer and Bruce Ummel of Blount Construction in Marietta, Ga.
(L-R): Chris Brogdon, product support representative of Yancey, welcomes customers to the event including: Ronnie Hoover, Dale Cronauer and Bruce Ummel of Blount Construction in Marietta, Ga.
(L-R): Chris Brogdon, product support representative of Yancey, welcomes customers to the event including: Ronnie Hoover, Dale Cronauer and Bruce Ummel of Blount Construction in Marietta, Ga. (L-R): Eddie Henson of Eddie Henson Grading in Ellijay, Ga.; Brian Wells and Charles Wells of Charles Wells Services in Ellijay, Ga.; Brad Abstance, sales representative of Yancey; and Darrell Everett of Everett Construction in Rome, Ga., wait for the dem (L-R): Paul Holloway, product support representative of Yancey; Danny George of Plateau Excavation in Austell, Ga.; and Alan Kempson of Ruby-Collins Inc. in Smyrna, Ga., talk about the features of the Cat 930K wheel loader. (L-R): Derek Geldhauser of Archer-Western Contractors in Atlanta, Ga., and John Gorham of Yancey Bros. Co. listen to Clay Mayfield of Archer Western talk about Cat machines at the demo. (L-R): Jack Houck of Yancey Bros. Co. rental division and Tanner Dahlke BCP sales and service representative of Caterpillar, talk to Daniel de los Reyes a member of the Zac Brown Band. Jonathan Dunlap (L) and Mike Nixon of Sitech Southeast demonstrate their newest product package. (L-R): Allen Cellar and Jay Brack of Drillers’ Choice, Marietta, Ga., and Buddy Brand, general sales manager of Yancey Bros. Co., talk about the new Cat excavators.

Caterpillar representatives and the “Get In, Get Real” traveling demo event made its way to Yancey Bros. Co. corporate headquarters in Austell, Ga., on May 31. This same demo also made its way to Yancey’s Albany, Savannah and Dacula, Ga., locations in May and early June.

A great turnout of guests in Austell enjoyed lunch and demonstrations of Caterpillar’s newest models of dozers, wheel loaders, motorgraders, articulated trucks, excavators and vocational trucks. Sitech southeast representatives were on hand to demonstrate their newest Trimble equipment and software.

All attendees were automatically entered in a drawing for up to three months free use of a Caterpillar machine on a job site.