MISSOULA WRAPS UP SUMMER

The last customer appreciation lunch of the summer was held on a clear, chilly day in Missoula.  The local Western States team used the opportunity to catch up with customers and friends after a busy summer. 

A WESTERN WIN AT THE TOP APPRENTICE COMPETITION

Congratulations are in order for Western States’ own Ryan Walker for being a 2017 Top Apprentice Skills winner at the Dealer Top Apprentice Competition.

WHEN I GROW UP

The question, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” is a pretty common one for kids to hear. 

THERE’S SUCH A THING AS A FREE LUNCH

“They say there’s no such thing as a free lunch, but you just proved everyone wrong.”  That was the verdict pronounced by one customer who attended Lewiston’s recent customer appreciation lunch. It was a picture-perfect spring day with bright sunshine and a clear blue sky.  The smell of hamburgers sizzling on the charcoal grill permeated…

WINNERS NAMED IN 2018 IDAHO SKILLS USA COMPETITION.

The annual Idaho Skills USA competition recently took place in Meridian, hosted by Western States Cat. This unique event allows select high school and college students from around the state a chance to demonstrate their technical knowledge while vying for top honors and a shot at competing at the National level. Outside organizations also get…

SPOKANE SUPPORTS A LOCAL CHARITY WITH A POST-HOLIDAY EVENT

With the holidays well in the rear view mirror, it’s easy to forget how busy that time of year is. November and December weekends and evenings fill up quickly with kids’ activities, club events, family functions and other demands, and before you know it, it’s January.

TWIN FALLS SERVES UP WARMTH & FLAPJACKS.

Winter in the Magic Valley has been pretty mild this year – so much so that job sites have been chugging along nonstop and customers have been too busy to consider an afternoon barbecue. So how did the Twin Falls team show their appreciation and thank customers for another good year? By making them breakfast…

THE HOLIDAY SPIRIT.

The men and women at Western States have big hearts.  Helping out people around us is ingrained in who we are, and it is particularly evident during the holidays.  Here are some of the ways our teams have lent a hand recently.

A NIGHT SO BRIGHT.

Building a parade float with co-workers is one activity that would probably rank high for team building.  Our Pocatello team found this to be true first-hand when they participated in Pocatello’s “A Night So Bright” light parade recently. 

PROOF. PEOPLE + MACHINES + TECHNOLOGY MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Here’s a story about how people, machines and technology all came together to replace an aging baseball field in Seattle.