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‘Big Texas Road Show’ attracts hundreds to Ditch Witch dealerships

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The traveling equipment exhibition was coordinated among independently owned dealerships in Texas and Ditch Witch corporate headquarters in Perry, Okla.

| August 23, 2010

 

PERRY, Okla. – The Big Texas Road Show, a seven-stop tour of Ditch Witch dealerships in Texas, wrapped up in June after having showcased a wide range of Ditch Witch equipment to approximately 800 people. 
 
The Big Texas Road Show was a collaborative effort among independently owned Ditch Witch dealerships in Texas and Ditch Witch corporate headquarters in Perry, Okla. One of the main objectives of The Big Texas Road Show was to make it convenient for customers around Texas to see and operate some of the Ditch Witch organization's newest and largest equipment in one location. 
 
The Big Texas Road Show was divided into two tours, one in May and one in June. In May, the show's equipment caravan stopped at Ditch Witch of East Texas in Tyler, Ditch Witch of Houston, Ditch Witch of Central Texas in San Antonio, and Ditch Witch Sales and Service, El Paso. June tour stops were Ditch Witch Southwest in Odessa (on a site where a new Ditch Witch dealership is being built), Ditch Witch of West Texas in Amarillo, and Witch Equipment Company in Fort Worth, the tour's final stop.
 
Each tour stop was carefully coordinated with a widely promoted dealership open house. Customers and potential customers were invited to come see the equipment and test it, talk with dealership and factory representatives, and have lunch. Customer attendance varied from dealership to dealership – from approximately 35 at the El Paso location to roughly 210 at the new Ditch Witch dealership in Odessa – and included local contractors, rental-store owners and managers, city purchasing agents and large utility contractors.

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