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John Deere, Moline, Ill., held a seminar recently exclusive to its corporate business division customers. The event took place in Phoenix with the equipment demonstrations at John Deere's demonstration facility in Sacaton, Ariz., where about 70 corporate and large-fleet contractors from across North America operated the latest Deere construction equipment and learned about the company's customer support solutions and special programs for corporate accounts.

Guests had the opportunity to operate the new C-Series excavators, C-Series II motor graders and D-Series articulated dump trucks. The seminar also addressed additional equipment to be introduced on the horizon, the corporate account program benefits, a dealer overview and an economic outlook.

“John Deere can build and deliver machines to the customer's specifications in less than 20 days, but we also help them lower and control equipment costs by developing purchasing and support programs that are specifically tailored to each customer's needs,” said Roger Mohr, director of the corporate business division.

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