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JESCO Welcomes Deere Executives

CED Magazine Feb 2006

Article Date: 02-01-2006
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New Jersey equipment dealer JESCO recently welcomed John Deere executives to their South Plainfield facility. The visitors included Sam Allen, president of John Deere Worldwide Construction & Forestry Division, JDPSG and Corporate Human Resources; Bob Brock, senior vice president of John Deere Worldwide Construction Sales and Marketing; and Kevin Karlix, director of John Deere North America Sales and Marketing.

The group met with JESCO President Jon Robustelli, Founder and Chairman Lou Robustelli and other managers, toured the facility, and discussed topics of interest.

"We are honored that three top executives from Deere came to visit with us to see first-hand how we manage our business," says Robustelli. "It was a great opportunity for our company to show these executives how dedicated we are to the Deere brand and to share our strategic vision for the future."

Following the meeting, Allen, Brock and Karlix were invited to attend a customer panel luncheon with nine companies. The Deere executives discussed issues such as fuel economy, new equipment and features, new technology, and service options.

JESCO carries Deere, Bomag, Indeco, Geith, Woods and other brands at its three locations.

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