Anvil Attachments Hire Larry McAdoo

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Sunday, September 01, 2013

Anvil Attachments, producers of dredge grapples and other heavy marine machinery, introduce Lawrence “Larry" McAdoo as Territory Sales Manager.

Larry was previously at Company Wrench, heading up its Ports and Inland Waterways division. Larry is a native 'river rat' and has traveled up and down the rivers across the US. He brings with him over 20 years of heavy machinery sales experience.

The new Territory Sales Manager has extensive knowledge of hydraulic clamshell buckets and hydraulic orange peel grapples , and is especially experienced in matching the correct attachment to the material and machine being used.

A resident of Tarpon Springs, Fla., Larry McAdoo has had the opportunity to travel the country to be involved in numerous projects and storm clean-ups. His travels have taken him from his birth state of Pennsylvania to Montana after college. From there, Link-Belt Construction Equipment moved him to Lexington, Ky. and then to Florida. He spent a year in Houston during the clean-up following Hurricane Ike and then went to Mobile, Ala. for the Deep Water Horizon oil spill clean-up and the New Orleans rebuild.

Larry says he believes in –  “Treating the customer as a friend and treating them the way I would want to be treated. Giving the best that I can and standing by what we all believe in.”
 

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