Monroe Tractor

Open Houses – that’s a wrap!

The Adams Center and Binghamton Stores bring our Open Houses season to a close. For those who are asking what an Open House is, these events, (which are all a little different) are our way to show the customer we appreciate their business. In all, it provides a day dedicated  to “open” our doors for more than just business and inviting our customers and their families to enjoy food and conversation with the Monroe Tractor team. Here are some highlights:

Adams Center had approximately 170 attendees who enjoyed dinner, a give-away and were able to mingle with Monroe Tractor employees and vendor reps. Customers came from as far away as Maine and said that it was, “Well worth the trip”.

In Binghamton, customers enjoyed pancakes, sausage, cookies and of course chocolate milk. They were able to meet with the new store manager Ron Manwaring in addition to vendors like Matt Thomas from CaseIH and Bill Lopatofsky of Cummings and Bricker. If success is measured in food, I’d say we succeeded, 90 cookies, 15lbs. of pancake mix, 40 lbs. of sausage and 48 bottles of chocolate milk didn’t last long!

We are grateful to be able to celebrate you as a customer.

ADAMS CENTER:
Open Houses – that's a wrap!
Open Houses – that's a wrap!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BINGHAMTON:
Open Houses – that's a wrap!

Open Houses – that's a wrap!

Open Houses – that's a wrap!

 

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