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Finn Corporation adds new dealer

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The landscape and erosion control company bolsters its presence in the Southeast U.S.

| March 29, 2012

FAIRFIELD, Ohio -- Finn Corporation, a manufacturer of landscape and erosion control equipment, has added Flint Equipment Company as a full service dealer of its hydroseeders, bark blowers, straw blowers, and MTS equipment for South Carolina and Georgia.

“We are thrilled to have Flint on board with us,” said Angie Arnold, vice president of channel development for Finn. “Our dealers are an integral part of Finn’s vision to not only be the premier provider of the highest quality equipment in our industry, but to also provide the best parts and service experience to our ever growing customer base. The commitment and loyalty that Flint shows its customers is outstanding, and its professional sales and support team will represent us well.”

Flint Equipment Company has 20 locations throughout the Southeast U.S., and will sell, service and rent Finn equipment from each of its locations in South Carolina and Georgia.

“We’ve been looking for ways to grow our business in a way that makes sense with our current business model,” said Chris Cannon, president of Flint Equipment Company. “Finn fits right in with our existing markets and allows us to provide another solution to our customers. We’re very excited to be representing them.”

 

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