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Case Construction Equipment announces 2016 “Diamond Dealer” and “Gold Dealer” award winners

North American dealers recognized for excellence in five categories related to sales and support of CASE construction equipment

Case Construction Equipment announces 2016 “Diamond Dealer” and “Gold Dealer” award winners

CASE Construction Equipment has released its list of 2016 “Diamond Dealer” and “Gold Dealer” award recipients as a part of its North American Construction Equipment Partnership Program. The awards recognize dealerships across the U.S. and Canada for leadership in growing the Case dealer network, as well as excellence in five categories: sales performance, marketing and communications, product support, parts support and training.

The 2016 Diamond Dealer award winners are: ASCO (Texas), Birkey’s Construction Equipment (Illinois), J.R. Brisson Equipment (Ontario), Burris Equipment Company (Illinois), Groff Tractor (Pennsylvania, Maryland and New Jersey), Hills Machinery (North Carolina, South Carolina), HiTrac (Manitoba), Kucera Farm Supply (Ontario), McKeel Equipment (Kentucky), Miller Bradford & Risberg (Wisconsin, Michigan and Illinois), Nueces Power Equipment (Texas), Redhead Equipment (Saskatchewan) and State Equipment (Kentucky, West Virginia).

The 2016 Gold Dealer award winners are: Crawler Supply Company (Louisiana), Diamond Equipment (Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky and Tennessee), Eagle Power & Equipment (Pennsylvania, Delaware), Hopf Equipment (Indiana), Longus Equipment (Quebec), McCann Industries (Illinois, Indiana), Medico Industries (Pennsylvania), Monroe Tractor (New York), OCT Equipment (Oklahoma), Potter Equipment (Arkansas, Missouri), RPM Machinery (Michigan, Indiana), Scott Equipment (Louisiana, Arkansas), Sequoia Equipment (California), Townline Equipment (New Hampshire), Triebold Implement (Wisconsin) and Yukon Equipment (Alaska).

“I would like to congratulate these exemplary dealers who have displayed true leadership and dedication in growing the Case brand,” says Scott Harris, vice president for Case Construction Equipment in North America. “These high-performing dealerships live up to the Case brand promise throughout every aspect of their business; hiring the right people, delivering a differentiated level of service in market, and building enduring relationships with customers.”

Case’s Partnership Program is designed to increase dealer performance per the results of a dealer assessment while encouraging them to excel in their role as a “Professional Partner” to customers.

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