Chad Latta, of Latta Earthworks, LLC in Athens, Ohio is the winner the JCB ‘Win a Teleskid’ Sweepstakes
JCB recently announced that Mr. Chad Latta, of Latta Earthworks in Athens, Ohio, is the winner of the JCB ‘Win a Teleskid’ Sweepstakes. Mr. Latta wins a 12-month lease on a special edition JCB Teleskid 3TS-8T compact track loader, painted in silver livery to commemorate JCB’s 25th anniversary of skid steer production. Mr. Latta also wins $5,000 in cash.
The JCB ‘Win a Teleskid’ Sweepstakes ran from July 15, 2018 through February 28, 2019. The winner was drawn at random on by JCB’s sweepstakes administrator, SweepstakesPros.
“A big thank you from everyone at JCB to the thousands of people who entered the sweepstakes,” said Sophia Bellos, vice president of Marketing at JCB. “The JCB Teleskid is a game-changer for construction, landscaping and agriculture customers, and we’re looking forward to seeing how Mr. Latta will put the machine to use in his excavation and composting business.”
Designed and built at JCB North America headquarters near Savannah, the Teleskid is the world’s only skid steer and compact track loader with a telescopic boom. It has a lift height of 13 feet 3 inches – eight percent higher than any skid steer on the market — and forward reach of eight feet — 60 percent further its nearest competitor. It is also the only skid steer that can dig below grade, to a depth of three feet. The Teleskid is available as a wheeled skid steer loader or compact track loader, with rated operating capacities of 3,208 lb and 3,695 lb, respectively. The Teleskid is also the only skid steer to combine the advantages of radial lift — for efficient excavating and grading — and vertical lift — for optimal lift capacity and height — in a single machine.
“I’m very excited to win the ‘Win a Teleskid’ sweepstakes,” said Latta. “The Teleskid is going to help me achieve a whole new level of productivity in my business.”
Latta Earthworks, LLC provides excavation services and operates the Latta Earthworks Compost Site near Athens, Ohio. The company recycles farm and yard waste to create valuable compost and mulches for farms, landscapers and gardeners throughout central Ohio.
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