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FINN Corp. adds Bobcat of St. Louis

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Bobcat of St. Louis offers the full line of FINN equipment and products,

| February 20, 2013

FINN Corporation, a manufacturer of landscape and erosion control equipment, added Bobcat of St. Louis to its expansive dealer network. Bobcat of St. Louis offers the full line of FINN equipment and products, including HydroSeeders, Straw Blowers, Bark Blowers, MTS, hydroseeding consumables, and TRU-Mulch hydromulches and covers eastern Missouri and southern Illinois for FINN. The dealer agreement is effective immediately.

Bobcat of St. Louis is 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, they have successfully grown to five locations in three states, Missouri, Illinois, and Tennessee. “Our success is due to understanding the needs of our customers and by providing outstanding service,” said Dan Anich, president. “Our focus is to be recognized as a growth company and a premier dealer of compact and related equipment. FINN and its products and materials fit perfectly into our goal of being number one in the markets we serve.”

“We are excited to have Bobcat of St. Louis on board with us,” said FINN distribution sales manager, James Loneman, in whose territory it will operate and who was instrumental in securing the agreement. “They have an exceptional reputation, both in terms of their dealer relationships with other equipment lines and in terms of their commitment to customer service. These two elements are key to the success of this partnership. I look forward to a long and productive association.”
 

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