Source: Concrete Industry Management National Steering Committee
Con-Tech Manufacturing Inc. and Peterbilt Motors Co. are putting the finishing touches on their 2023 Concrete Industry Management Auction donation: An Extreme Duty mixer mounted on a Model 567 with set-back front axle. The truck will be among the final items on the block for the January 18 event, scheduled for 11 a.m.-2 p.m. in Las Vegas Convention Center North Hall Room N262.
“We are proud to have these industry leaders included in our list of major donors,” says CIM Auction Chair Ben Robuck (Cemex USA). “With this donation, we have the potential for our greatest auction ever.”
“Peterbilt recognizes the contribution of the CIM program and we continue to support its efforts in the development of concrete industry professionals,” notes General Sales Manager Jacob Montero. “Our partnership with Con-Tech and key suppliers to donate a Model 567 bridge formula mixer to the auction is an opportunity to ensure that this important work continues.”
“The strength of our business is determined by the strength of our partnerships and the future of our industry as a whole,” adds Con-Tech President Dan Welsh. “We thank our loyal customers and partners for making this donation possible. Together we can provide resources and support to the next generation of concrete industry professionals.”
Auction proceeds benefit CIM degree programs at Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro; California State University, Chico; New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark; South Dakota State University, Brookings; and, Texas State University, San Marcos. The full pool of equipment, products, cementitious material loads, plus entertainment, sporting event or leisure travel packages for silent and live bidding is posted at www.concretedegree.com/auction. Those interested in making a donation can reach Ben Robuck at 404/456-6867 or [email protected]
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