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FINN expands dealer network

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Bobcat of Nashville begins covering western Tennessee as a full line dealer for FINN equipment and materials.

| August 2, 2013

FAIRFIELD, Ohio – FINN Corp., a manufacturer of landscape and erosion control equipment, has added Bobcat of Nashville to its dealer network. They will offer the full line of FINN equipment and products, including HydroSeeders, Straw Blowers, Bark Blowers, MTS, hydroseeding consumables and TRU-Mulch hydromulches, and will cover western Tennessee. In addition to sales of equipment, they will also offer equipment rentals and will be a FINN authorized parts and service facility.

Bobcat of Nashville is part of the larger organization, Bobcat of St. Louis, a provider of compact equipment for global construction, rental, landscaping, agriculture, grounds maintenance, government, utility, industrial and mining markets. Since opening its first store in 1990, Bobcat of St. Louis has successfully grown to five locations in three states, and it became a FINN dealer earlier this year. In addition to the FINN erosion control and landscape equipment and Bobcat compact equipment product lines, Bobcat of Nashville also carries Doosan Infracore construction equipment and Takeuchi Mfg. compact excavators and track loaders.

“This was a natural expansion for both of us,” said FINN director of dealer development, Tim Gerbus. “Bobcat of St. Louis has done very well since coming on board a few months ago, so we were eager to reach an agreement to expand their territory with us. Much of the area Bobcat of Nashville will cover hasn’t recently had a FINN dealer under contract, but there is great opportunity, and we look forward to helping them develop a strong customer base.”
 

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