Pictured Bryan Hoffer, Kevin Borud, Ron Bartz, Morgen Dietrich, Russ Rebel, Frank Brown, and Aaron Levorsen.
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Pictured: Jim Maier, Ron Bartz, Ryan Rivinius, Frank Brown, Morgen Deitrich, Bryan Hoffer, Russ Rebel, Paul Mattern, Kevin Borud, and Aaron Levorsen.
Gooseneck Implement breaks ground in Elgin
A groundbreaking ceremony was held on Wednesday, Oct. 9 for the new Gooseneck Implement store located in Elgin. Gooseneck Implement is a John Deere dealer with 13 locations across western North and South Dakota.
The contractor, North Star Steel, has laid plans to expand on the current shop in the Elgin location. The new store will have a larger parts storage area, sales offices, shipping and receiving area and a wash bay. The completed facility will be 27,840 square feet, which is an additional 18,240 square feet onto the current shop structure.
Gooseneck Implement and Elgin community leadership were at the groundbreaking ceremony, including Kevin Borud, Gooseneck General Manager.
“We’re really excited about this investment as a company,” Borud said. “We have great people working for us here in Elgin and we’re excited to start working on this building.”
Ron Bartz, Mayor of Elgin, was also present at the groundbreaking. “This is probably the biggest, most important project that I’ve worked on,” said Bartz. “We thank everybody for what they’re doing for us.”
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