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New Holland Dealers Honored for Sales Growth Achievement 

New Holland, PA (April 10, 2013) - Twelve New Holland dealers have been honored by New Holland for their company's sales growth during the New Holland North America Dealer Meeting held in Indianapolis, Indiana.

New Holland presented the awards to the top three dealers who have demonstrated the most significant increase in sales growth over the previous year in one of four customer market segments: Cash Crop, Dairy & Livestock, Pro Work Tools (residential, commercial and utility), and Compact Construction equipment.

Cash Crop
Dairy & Livestock
South-Ark Equipment Co. 
McGehee, AR
Wootton New Holland, LLC
Carter, OK
K & A Implement, LLC
Eureka, SD
Chickasha New Holland, Inc.
Chickasha, OK
O'Brien County Implement, Inc.
Sheldon, IA
Victoria Farm Equipment Co., Inc.
Victoria, TX
   
Pro Work Tools
Compact Construction
Gruett's New Holland
New Holstein, WI
Franklin Equipment, LLC
Columbus, OH
Burrows Tractor, Inc.
Yakima, WA
Cisco Equipment NM Sales, LLC
Artesia, NM
J. Rene Lafond, Inc.
Mirabel, QC
George P. Bane, Inc.
Tyler, TX
According to Abe Hughes, New Holland Vice President, these dealers are among the leading-edge New Holland dealers who have smartly positioned their dealership to attain growth through their outstanding commitment to serving their customers.

"New Holland is focused on expanding sales through outstanding products, outstanding product support and outstanding dealers," said Hughes. "Dealers who achieve increased sales do so by providing exceptional sales and service support to their customers and by aggressively seeking new opportunities for growth and development."

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