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New Blount sign installed south of Oregon

The new Blount sign, installed July 24 at the Woods Equipment Co. plant, at 2606 S. state Route 2 south of Oregon, reflects the fact that Blount International Inc., which bought the local company in 2011 for $185 million, is transitioning to that corporate name. The company, which makes tractor attachments and implements, "will continue to use the Woods name as a powerful brand, serving the agricultural, grounds maintenance and construction markets," Angela Kay Larson, vice president of marketing for Blount, said in an email. Go to woodsequipment.com to learn more.
The new Blount sign, installed July 24 at the Woods Equipment Co. plant, at 2606 S. state Route 2 south of Oregon, reflects the fact that Blount International Inc., which bought the local company in 2011 for $185 million, is transitioning to that corporate name. The company, which makes tractor attachments and implements, "will continue to use the Woods name as a powerful brand, serving the agricultural, grounds maintenance and construction markets," Angela Kay Larson, vice president of marketing for Blount, said in an email. Go to woodsequipment.com to learn more.

The new Blount sign, installed July 24 at the Woods Equipment Co. plant, at 2606 S. state Route 2 south of Oregon, reflects the fact that Blount International Inc., which bought the local company in 2011 for $185 million, is transitioning to that corporate name. The company, which makes tractor attachments and implements, "will continue to use the Woods name as a powerful brand, serving the agricultural, grounds maintenance and construction markets," Angela Kay Larson, vice president of marketing for Blount, said in an email. Go to woodsequipment.com to learn more.

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