To engage interested attendees, Troy mailed a “save the date” and email invitation to a select group of customers with instructions to register online. “The event filled up within three days and the phone calls keep coming in from customers who wanted to get their maintenance people into the session.” said Bill Keogh, Sales Manager for Troy. “The demand was so strong we scheduled an encore presentation the following week which also filled to capacity within three days.”

Bob Hayward, Manager of Shop Services said, “I was very surprised with the amount of interest in this seminar on basic motor maintenance.” In order to continue delivering the best service and training for its customers, Troy is planning to include the motor maintenance basics and advance motor maintenance programs into their annual training day held in the fall.

“Our area has a shortage of skilled trades and training like ours assists businesses with their training programs, aimed at educating the next generation of maintenance support personnel,” said Dave Barcomb, General Manager. Troy is continuing its maintenance training series in February 2014 with a program on basic hydraulic maintenance.  Details of the event are expected to be announced in the coming weeks.

If you have an interest in attending this event, please contact Bill Keogh at 518.272.4920 or email