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Franklin Equipment to Hold Customer Appreciation Events in Wisconsin

Franklin Equipment will host a Customer Appreciation Event at its recently opened Franksville, Wis., rental center near Racine, Wis., and a Grand Opening Event at its new Oshkosh, Wis., branch. Both events will offer lunch, live broadcast radio stations, prizes, giveaways, and rental and sales specials.

The Racine event will be June 5 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Oshkosh grand opening will take place June 7, also from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Franklin Equipment now has three stores in Wisconsin, and 15 overall.

“We are excited to have Oshkosh and Racine stores in Wisconsin to more effectively increase our coverage area for our valued regional customers,” said Troy Gabriel, owner of Franklin Equipment. “Our customers will find our fleet to be the newest equipment available from our equipment suppliers.”

Franklin Equipment’s rental fleet includes backhoes, skid-steer loaders, track loaders, compact excavators, scissorlifts, telehandlers, light equipment, wheel loaders and a wide range of attachments along with handheld equipment and safety gear. The full lines of Wacker Neuson construction equipment, Skyjack aerial equipment and Chicago Pneumatic are available for rent at all Franklin Equipment stores.

“In order to provide the highest quality in customer service, Franklin provides great benefits, sales bonuses, and accelerated career growth,” added Gabriel. “To become an industry leader, we are ready to find the best candidates for our teams to achieve success.”

Franklin Equipment was founded in 2008 by four partners – Gary Gabriel, Troy Gabriel, Tom Richardson and Tony Repeta. The company offers rental, sales of equipment, parts and service. Based in Groveport, Ohio, Franklin Equipment is No. 57 on the RER 100.

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