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New Massey Ferguson dealership in Red Oak

By Martha B. Jacob –

Since 2010, Fussnecker and Sons Tractor Sales, LLC in Red Oak has been a Gravely Lawn Mower dealership. It got its start on Frost Road, and later moved to Red Oak.
Several weeks ago the business opened it’s doors to a new dealership with Massey Ferguson, (Heston/Massey Ferguson).
The business is owned  and operated by Nick and Kim Fussnecker and their son and daughter-in-law, Dusty and Jackie Fussnecker.
“We are very excited to be a Massey-Ferguson dealer now,” Dusty Fussnecker said. “We knew we were ready to expand our business and now seemed like a good time. We met with representatives from the Agco Company, parent business of Massey Ferguson in Georgia and eventually signed with them. We will be the only local Massey Ferguson dealer in the area.”
Fussnecker said the Equipment Super Store in Georgetown sold Massey Fergusons for a couple years then dropped their dealership.
“We started our business with Gravely lawn mowers, then in 2012 we added Grasshopper mowers, new and used equipment and finally in 2014 we added Toro,” Fussnecker said. “We are service-tech certified and will offer parts as well as implements and will also consider trade-ins.
“We are especially excited to be able to offer aggressive financing to our customers. We plan on keeping or prices competitive so we can move our tractors. We’ll offer everything from 22 HP to 150 HP and we can service what we sell.”
To learn more about Fussnecker and Son Tractor Sales, LLC please visit www.fussneckers.com or call (937) 392-4700.
The business will be holding a special Open House on Saturday, Feb. 25.
The business is currently open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Saturdays from 8 a.m. until 12 p.m. (noon).

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