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[Podcast] Our Dealer Story: Salem Farm Supply

In this episode of the <em>Farm Equipment</em> podcast, “Our Dealer Story” brought to you by HBS Systems, we sat down with Carole Lewis, the dealer principal of Salem Farm Supply. The Upstate New York Case IH and Kubota dealer first opened its doors in 1953.
In this episode of the Farm Equipment podcast, “Our Dealer Story” brought to you by HBS Systems, we sat down with Carole Lewis, the dealer principal of Salem Farm Supply. The Upstate New York Case IH and Kubota dealer first opened its doors in 1953.
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Web Exclusive: Getting Outside Experience: Learning to Lead

Planning and preparing for the next generation of leadership is something many dealerships must consider in order to keep pushing forward into the future of the business. One roadblock many dealers cite is the need for the next generation to gain experience before taking on a management role within the dealership. This is necessary both for the success of the next generation and the dealership, but also to gain the respect of other employees.


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Clint Schnoor

[Webinar] Is an ESOP Right for Your Dealership?

Clint Schnoor is the president of Agri-Service, a 10-store AGCO dealership based in Idaho. In this webinar, Schnoor explains the pros and cons of employee ownership, the cultural and operational changes involved and share solid advice based on his experience going through the change in ownership structure. [To view any of our webinar replays, you must be logged in with a free user account.]
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Special Report: Transitioning to the Next Generation of Dealers

Overcoming Skepticism

Prior to coming to Agri-Service, I worked in operations for a very large mortgage banking and real estate company for several years. The founder of Agri-Service, Cleve Buttars, is my father-in-law and we compared notes regularly as his company grew and the company I worked for also grew considerably. We always talked about the opportunity for me to come and work for him. In fact, he recruited me on several occasions and I told him no quite a few times because I was happy with what I was doing.
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