AriensCo 2021 Dealer Summit Aims to Boost Wisconsin Businesses

AriensCo will host its 2021 annual Dealer Summit in Brillion and Green Bay, Wisconsin, the week of September 20. The event is expected to draw hundreds of OPE dealers to the Badger State.

AriensCo brands include Ariens, Gravely, RapidCare, Countax, Westwood and AS-Motor.

In the past, AriensCo has held the event at venues around the country, but decided to bring the Summit back to Wisconsin this year to help provide a much-needed lift for local businesses, the company reports. The event kicks off Sunday and runs through Wednesday, which will increase activities at local hotel, convention center, food and beverage and travel companies.

“It has been a challenging year for the events and hospitality industries in Wisconsin. By hosting our Dealer Summit in Brillion and Green Bay, we are hoping to generate more economic activities in our home state,” says Dan Ariens, chairman and CEO of AriensCo. “We are expecting more than 450 of our dealer partners from around the country to attend this Summit, as well as additional partners and employees from around the globe. We plan to host them at a variety of venues across the state.”

Several events will take place at AriensCo Hospitality event spaces in Brillion, including the new Stone Prairie and Round Lake Farm venues. Additional events are planned at Lambeau Atrium, KI Center, Hyatt Regency and Hotel Northland, among others. Activities include educational programming, a supplier trade show, awards show, product demonstrations, networking events and factory tours.

“By hosting our Dealer Summit in Brillion and Green Bay, we are hoping to generate more economic activities in our home state,” says Dan Ariens, chairman and CEO of AriensCo.

AriensCo plans to highlight its innovations in electric machines and battery technology that were developed in-house, as well its manufacturing, education and support operations – all of which are located in Brillion. The company also will be showcasing the massive conservation project at its headquarters that restored hundreds of acres of native Wisconsin ecosystem and recently earned a certification from the Wildlife Habitat Council.

“Our Wisconsin roots go back a full century, and we are very proud to call the state home,” Ariens says. “We are excited to bring so many of our business partners here to experience it for themselves. We truly hope that in doing so, other businesses in this region can see a boost, too.”

ARIENSCO
www.ariensco.com

Advertisement

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*