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Dealers for the Ages

Anniversaries have a way of nudging us to reflect. A natural byproduct of chronicling Farm Equipment’s 55th year was the examination of courageous dealers who bet on themselves and their team’s ability to serve the North American farmer.
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Inaugural Farm Equipment Hall of Fame Class of 2024: Derek Stimson, Rocky Mountain Equipment

Rocky Mountain Equipment Calgary, Alta Primary Lines: Case IH, New Holland, Bourgault, Degelman, Krone, MacDon, Vaderstad, Unverferth Locations: 43
Derek Stimson got his first taste of dealership life at the age of 14 when working as a service technician at his father’s dealership, Hi-Way Service. By the time he was 18, Stimson was attending Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, while also working full-time at the Taber, Alta., dealership.
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2024 Inaugural Dealer Hall of Famers

The first-ever class of inductees left a legacy of excellence for today’s — & tomorrow’s — industry leaders
Last year, we announced a new recognition program to chronicle North America’s finest dealer professionals. With each passing year, more leaders leave us, and the Farm Equipment team agreed it was time to document the stories of our industry’s “greats”
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Inaugural Farm Equipment Hall of Fame Class of 2024: David Meyer & Peter Christianson, Titan Machinery

Titan Machinery, Fargo, N.D. Primary lines: Case IH, New Holland, Case Construction, New Holland Construction Locations: 147
There are few dealer success stories larger than that of Titan Machinery. From humble beginnings as Co-Founder David Meyer’s 2-store North Dakota operation in 1980 to the 147-store publicly-traded powerhouse it is today, the almost half-century history of Titan Machinery is full of progressive business practices and mentalities.
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Dike Iowa (March 9, 2011)

During Dave Kanicki's visit to Titan Machinery’s Grundy Center, Iowa, store on March 9, it was obvious that a lot of forethought and planning went into the facility.

David Meyer, Titan’s chairman & CEO, says the building was designed to emphasize the company's parts and service business.

Store manager Troy Price says the tiered back lot of the  dealership is something he’s not seen at any other farm equipment dealership. With this arrangement, the front row of equipment on display is at normal ground level, but the back row is elevated so that the machinery in both rows is easily viewed from a single vantage point.

Another innovation at the Grundy Center location is the expo room and training center located just off the dealership’s showroom. In addition to staff training in the classroom and a place to display “big” equipment, the training and expo areas are also used by community groups for a variety of meetings and other evening functions. The Titan dealership has become Grundy Center’s meeting place.

The following photos show many of the unique attributes of the Titan Machinery dealership. By the way, the last two photos are of happy Titan Machinery customers of the Grundy Center store.

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