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Bandit welcomes new dealers

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The three new companies are based in Indiana and Louisiana.

| July 22, 2011

Bandit Industries has added three new dealers to the company’s expanding authorized dealership network. Tri-County Equipment in Evansville, Ind., Arrow Tool Rental Corp. in Indianapolis, and Emery Equipment Sales & Rentals, Inc. in Baton Rouge, La., join more than 150 dealers in over 50 countries to offer Bandit equipment. These new locations will further extend Bandit’s line of hand-fed wood chippers and stump grinders.

Arrow Tool Rental Corp. Based in Indianapolis, the company will now offer Bandit’s full line of hand-fed wood chippers and stump grinders for sale, while also continuing to rent Bandit equipment alongside their impressive rental stock that includes everything from larger industrial equipment to basic hand tools. Arrow Tool -Rental serves Bandit customers throughout central Indiana; they can be reached at 317-547-8118 or online at www.arrowtoolrentalcorp.com.

Tri-County Equipment operates two locations in Evansville and Poseyville, Indiana, serving residents of southern Indiana, Kentucky and Illinois. Bandit hand-fed chippers and stump grinders will join the company’s group of represented manufacturers that includes the likes of Kubota, Bobcat, New Holland, Great Plains and many more. The Poseyville location can be reached at 812-874-2231; Evansville at 812-422-8200. Tri-County Equipment is also online at tri-countyequip.com.

Emery Equipment Sales & Rentals Based in Baton Rouge, the company will sell Bandit’s line of hand-fed chippers and stump grinders alongside their stock of new and used Bobcat machinery and King Kutter attachments. They can be reached toll free at 888-654-3125 or online at www.emeryequipment.com.

 

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