From WorkSaver® readers
Nine-year-old Bob Mancinelli of Hollidaysburg, Pa., shows off his admiration for Bobcat equipment. According to his mom, Bob is an aspiring future Bobcat owner-operator. She says he loves reading WorkSaver magazine from cover to cover.
“We have two S175 skid-steer loaders and a 753 with nearly 17,000 hours on it. We are firm believers in Bobcat equipment for our dairy. We cannot run without them.” — John Leuenberger, Winslow, Ill.
“I really enjoy reading WorkSaver magazine. My Bobcat 753 skid-steer loader has been the best investment I’ve ever made.” — Tom Doyle, Westminster, Md.
“I really like the versatility of my Bobcat skid-steer loader and the support of my local dealer.” — Byron Moore, Scott Depot, W.Va.
“I’ve enjoyed using my Bobcat S250. It’s helped me a lot during tough times.” — Armando Rivas, Whittier, Calif.
“My first machine was a 440B for cleaning livestock pens. I now have a residential grading company and open three Bobcat loaders and many Bobcat attachments. When I traded a year ago, I didn’t even look at other brands. Bobcat equipment has been instrumental in my company’s growth.” — Dave Pepper, Boone, Iowa
A Bobcat M-Series skidsteer loader was part of the 1-24 infantry battalion’s 260th tactical sling load, completed in December 2011. Pictured right, the skid-steer loader was transported approximately 60 kilometers from Deh Chopan to Qalat, Afghanistan, as part of Operation North Slope II. Photo submitted by 1LT Brian R. Perkins, Adjutant, 1-24 Infantry Battalion.
“We’ve owned Bobcat loaders for 20 years. Now we own our third S220 skid-steer loader.” — Gerald Reagan, Abbeville, La.
“We are on our fourth Bobcat skid-steer loader in 38 years of farming. Nothing else compares and service and parts availability are No. 1.” — Charles Long, Herman, Minn.
Connor Isaiah Taylor was born in August 2011 in Northwest Florida. He proudly announced his construction equipment allegiance when his first bib sported the Bobcat logo.