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K & J Ag Industries recognized by Reinke Manufacturing for reaching territory goals

Reinke Manufacturing, Inc., a manufacturer of mechanized irrigation systems, recently announced that K & J Ag Industries of Vale, SD, has been recognized as one of the top five highest selling dealers in the North Central Territory. K & J Ag Industries also received a Gold Reinke Pride award in recognition of the company’s 2010-2011 marketing year success. The Reinke dealership was honored during Reinke’s recent annual convention held Oct. 23-25, 2011, in Branson, MO.

“This is well-deserved recognition for K & J Ag Industries, and we congratulate them on their success this past year,” said Reinke Vice President of Marketing Tim Goldhammer. “We are proud to have them as a dealer and appreciate their ongoing commitment to Reinke.”

Reinke Manufacturing, Inc., a manufacturer of mechanized irrigation systems, recently announced that K & J Ag Industries of Vale, SD, has been recognized as one of the top five highest selling dealers in the North Central Territory. K & J Ag Industries also received a Gold Reinke Pride award in recognition of the company’s 2010-2011 marketing year success. The Reinke dealership was honored during Reinke’s recent annual convention held Oct. 23-25, 2011, in Branson, MO.



“This is well-deserved recognition for K & J Ag Industries, and we congratulate them on their success this past year,” said Reinke Vice President of Marketing Tim Goldhammer. “We are proud to have them as a dealer and appreciate their ongoing commitment to Reinke.”


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