Inside Kubota’s 2016 National Dealer Meeting

By TBN October 27, 2016 19:47
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A Warm Texas Welcome

Every year, tractor manufacturers hold meetings for their dealers. These meetings are a time for dealers to gather and build community around their common interest and their livelihood. For Kubota, it’s a time to share information about new equipment, and give dealers insight into the overall business objectives of Kubota. With more than 1,100 dealers in the United States, Kubota’s annual dealer meeting is one of the largest in the states, with thousands of attendees.

Up until a few years ago, these dealer meetings were closed to the public and the media. But thanks to Kubota’s gracious invitation, this year we were able to attend as a member of the media. So come along for the ride as we take a look behind the scenes at Kubota’s 2016 National Dealer Meeting.

Gaylord Texan in Grapevine

Kubota chose the Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center in Grapevine Texas as the host for their 2016 National Dealer Meeting. Grapevine will also be Kubota’s new corporate headquarters, with doors to their new facility opening in January, 2017.

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  1. DrewinDescanso October 27, 23:45

    Thanks TractorByNet, this was very informative and it was great to see all the photos of Kubota equipment and the new headquarters – good job!

  2. MessickFarmEquip October 28, 00:10

    Glad to see you again Muhammad!

  3. JAMES BOSLEY October 28, 01:20

    Great job on the great report! Thanks for sharing pics and an insider’s view.

  4. Gary October 28, 02:31

    I enjoyed this. Thank You for sharing.

  5. CM October 28, 06:39

    Enjoyed the pictures and a chance to preview.

    Great you were able to attend… I’m sure there are a few more Kubota’s in my future.

    Anything new in the RTV line?

  6. Jim October 28, 15:55

    Impressive new equipment. I especially liked the full size ag equipment. What is the horsepower of the new field tractors?

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