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Lynne Domey of Eastern Oregon Sales amp Rentals takes home a Snorkel S3008P scissorlift and is congratulated by Snorkel owner Don Ahern
Lynne Domey of Eastern Oregon Sales & Rentals takes home a Snorkel S3008P scissorlift and is congratulated by Snorkel owner Don Ahern.

Eastern Oregon Rental Wins Drawing for Snorkel S3008P at CRA Rental Rally

Snorkel gave away a Snorkel S3008P push-around scissorlift to Lynne Domey of Eastern Oregon Rental & Sales at the California Rental Association Rental Rally 2017 in Las Vegas.

     Domey is the fourth person to win a Snorkel S3008P at the CRA show since 2015. At the CRA Rental Rally 2016, Tony Beringer of Baker Rentals & Sales in Costa Mesa, Calif. won the drawing.

     The winner was announced by Snorkel owner Don Ahern during the end of show raffle Wednesday Feb. 1 with the winner needing to be present to win.

     “This is a prize that keeps on giving,” said Ahern. “The lucky winner can add the Snorkel S3008P to their fleet and enjoy a lifetime of rental return on the lift.”

     Domey is the manager of the Eastern Oregon Rental & Sales branch in Baker City, Ore., as well as the party and event coordinator for the company.

     “This is so exciting and a wonderful end to the show,” Domey said. “We can’t wait to add the Snorkel S3008P to our fleet; that will extend our low-level access offering to our customers.”

     Eastern Oregon offers an extensive range of aerial work platforms and all-terrain forklifts across Eastern Oregon. It was opened in 1969 as Jefferson Street Rentals in downtown La Grande, Ore., and was acquired by current owner Cory Braseth in 1989. Braseth re-named the company Eastern Oregon Rental & Sales. The family owned and operated business has added heavy construction equipment to its inventory and has three locations – La Grande, Baker City and Pendleton, Ore.

     The S3008P, designed for low-level construction and facilities maintenance applications, is a push-around mini-scissorlift that can lift 500 pounds to a working height of 14 feet, two inches. 

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