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CLAAS and Monroe Tractor Expand in Vermont and Upstate New York

Omaha, NE — September 20, 2018 — CLAAS of America and Monroe Tractor continue to expand their presence with the opening of a new location in New Haven, Vermont. The latest dealership addition brings the number of Monroe locations in New York State and New England to nine, all offering first-in-class sales and service support for CLAAS equipment.

In addition to a knowledgeable sales team, the new location will provide parts and service offerings with in-field support from a full complement of factory-trained technicians to growers in the Vermont and upstate New York region. The new location will sell and support the entire long-line range of CLAAS products.

“We value our relationship with CLAAS and are excited to expand into Vermont and provide excellent support to growers in the area,” said Chris Felosky, General Manager of Agriculture, Monroe Tractor. “Like CLAAS, we are a family-owned business and our number one priority is to take care of the customer. CLAAS shares that goal with us, which makes for a great partnership.”

Founded in 1951, Monroe Tractor offers sales, parts and service, and has been a long-term partner of CLAAS. Monroe had previously expanded its parts and service distribution before opening the location in New Haven to fit the needs of all customers. The partnership with CLAAS focuses on year-round customer support to ensure a successful harvest.

“We are thrilled to expand our brand’s presence in the Vermont and upstate New York area with the help of Monroe Tractor,” explained CLAAS of America President and General Manager – Sales Eric Raby. “We are proud of how Monroe Tractor has actively engaged in the past to provide support to new CLAAS areas which were focal points of the long-line expansion strategy of CLAAS. We are excited to watch them grow and connect with growers in this region.”

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