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Cobb County Tractor signed as Morbark Tree Care Products dealer

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The dealership will handle sales of Morbark’s hand-fed brush chippers and stump grinders.

| December 19, 2012

WINN, Mich. – Cobb County Tractor Co. has recently signed a contract with Morbark, Inc., a manufacturer of tree care, forestry, sawmill and wood recycling equipment, to become an official dealer for the Morbark Tree Care Products line for customers in the metro Atlanta area.

Cobb County Tractor Company, which has been in business since 1955 and has locations in Marietta and Buford, Ga., will handle sales of Morbark’s hand-fed brush chippers and stump grinders, as well as parts and service for Morbark customers in the Georgia counties of Cobb, Paulding, Bartow, Cherokee, Fulton, DeKalb, Forsyth, Gwinnett, Hall, Jackson, Rockdale, Douglas, Clayton, Fayette, Walton, Barrow and Oconee.

“We are excited to add Cobb County Tractor to our dealer network,” said Casey Gross, Morbark tree care products sales manager. “Their experience, high level of customer service and local knowledge will greatly benefit our customers in the area.”

“Cobb County Tractor is excited to announce that we are now a Morbark dealer. Since 1955 we have taken great pride in providing the best possible customer service, and treating our customers with the utmost respect and professionalism,” said John Davis, Cobb County Tractor Company president. “We look forward to working with Morbark, and showing them that we are serious about growing this line of equipment and supporting customers in our area.”
 

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