“We have the same mission, passion and dedication to customers — just our name has changed,” manager Robert Elijah told the crowd.
Heritage Tractor and the Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting on Wednesday, Dec. 12. The spacious showroom is decorated for Christmas and it’s obvious Santa and Rudolph use John Deere equipment to get around.
Glenn Larson said, “We are delighted to join the Heritage Tractor Family. Larson Farm and Lawn has always focused on providing our customers with the ideal customer service experience and empowering our employees with quality and meaningful work. Heritage Tractor shares our same mission and we’re excited to join forces in helping our longtime customers and employees continue growth and success moving forward.”
“Last May Heritage Tractor bought Lawson Farm and Lawn and we are very excited to get involved with the Chamber and the community of Harrison,” Elijah said.
“I know how important the Chamber is to local businesses and we have to partner with each other to be successful,” Elijah said. He is also a farmer and his customers seem surprised when he tells them he wants them to be successful.
“If my customers don’t succeed, then the business doesn’t succeed. I will do everything I can to take care of our customers and make sure they succeed,” he said.
Heritage Tractor has already provided many kid-friendly activities for the area, including a night with Santa, coloring contest, and actively supports veterans.
Heritage Tractor Adds 9 Locations with Acquisition of Larson Farm and Lawn
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