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Seneca implement dealership purchased
06/11/2019

(KMZA)--A change of ownership for a Seneca implement dealership.

Heritage Tractor, a local John Deere dealership, has announced that it will be joining the Seneca community by acquiring Todd Tractor Company later this summer.

According to a press release, the Heritage Tractor owners have had a longstanding connection to the northeast Kansas area.  The Dummermuth family started the John Deere dealerships in the Waterville and Marysville communities in the 1950’s.

Since its inception in 1952, the release says Todd Tractor has focused on providing customers with an ideal experience and empowering employees with meaningful work.  The release adds Heritage Tractor plans to continue the Todd family’s successful heritage.  Many of the same faces will continue their longstanding support of the Seneca community.

Heritage Tractor owner and CEO Ken Wagner said the collaboration of multiple locations will benefit everyone of their customers—especially in the Seneca area.  Wagner said additional locations increase the parts and service capacity and present a larger inventory of new and used equipment to serve customers.  Heritage Tractor’s larger dealer group will allow for more employee training and support for customers.

Heritage Tractor has served customers since 1998 with locations in Kansas, Missouri and Arkansas.

 

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