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SD Implement Dealer Expands

January 10, 2014, 11:20 AM by Angela Kennecke


Noteboom Implement out of Corsica, South Dakota, has purchased Northwest Equipment in northwest Iowa. 

That brings Noteboom Implement up to six locations: Corsica, Chamberlain, Parkston in South Dakota; and Spencer, Sibley and Lake Park in Iowa. 

Noteboom is constructing a new 28,000 square foot building to house the Sibley, Iowa, dealership.  It's scheduled to open in March.

The combination of the two dealerships will employ more than 200 people.

“We are extremely proud to be able to retain the many talented and dedicated employees at Spencer, Lake Park, and Sibley” said Dan Noteboom CEO. 

The Noteboom family has been a John Deere Dealer for over 45 years.


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