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Bandit adds Flagler Construction Equipment as a dealer

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Flagler is the company's newest authorized dealer in the Southeast.

| February 10, 2011

Florida-based Flagler Construction Equipment is Bandit Industries’ newest authorized dealer in the Southeast. Serving the Florida market since 1987, Flagler Construction Equipment will offer Bandit equipment, parts and service through five main branches covering the entire state.

“We’re very excited to have Flagler Construction Equipment joining the Bandit family of dealerships,” said Jason Morey, Bandit Industries marketing manager. “Aside from being one of the best large equipment dealers in Florida, Flagler’s commitment to taking care of their customers is something that’s near and dear to us.”

Bandit customers will find Flagler branches throughout the state, including Jacksonville in the northeast, Orlando in central Florida, Tampa in west central Florida, Ft. Myers in the southwest, and Davie on the southeast coast. In addition to these branches, Flagler also maintains an export parts facility in Miami. Flagler will feature a full line of Bandit equipment for sale through their dealer network, including stump grinders, hand fed chippers, whole tree chippers and Beast recyclers.

Information for their branches as well as other information on Flagler can be found at their website, http://www.flaglerce.com, or through the dealer link at http://www.banditchippers.com.
 

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