KNOXVILLE, TN, January, 2022 – Power Equipment, a Bramco company, is pleased to announce Brian Bourne as the new Sales Manager for Central and Southern Arkansas. Brian is responsible for leading the Little Rock, Arkansas sales team in the promotion and sale of new, used, and rental equipment within that market.
“Brian comes to Power Equipment with over 22 years of experience in the heavy equipment industry. For many of our AR customers, he will be a familiar face having worked with them through a previous company. His experience across sales, rental, and management is invaluable and we are grateful to have him as an integral part of our growing team in Arkansas, “says Andy Moon, Vice President of Sales for Power Equipment. President Chris Gaylor looks forward to our continued growth in the area, “Having someone like Brian, who is familiar with the Central and Southern Arkansas market and knows so many of our customers is a huge asset for Power Equipment. I look forward to working with him as we continue to expand our Komatsu presence.”
Brian echos this same enthusiasm, “I am grateful for this opportunity to continue to work in such a wonderful industry with great customers. Power Equipment has always had a great reputation for service which means as we grow this market, I know we can support it. I am excited to work with the Little Rock team and fully intend to be with Power Equipment for years to come.”
Brian mostly recently worked with H&E Equipment in various sales, rental, national account management, and corporate management roles and prior to that was with Hertz Equipment. Brian resides in the Little Rock, AR area with his wife Laura and his two children Lane (16) and Kindall (11). When he is not working, you can find Brian attending one of his son’s baseball games or his daughter’s dance competitions.
Power Equipment Company is a subsidiary of Bramco Inc., headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky. Power, together with its sister company, Brandeis Machinery & Supply, constitutes one of the largest construction and mining equipment distribution networks in the United States. Together they will have sixteen branches throughout Kentucky, Indiana, West Virginia, Tennessee, Arkansas, Northern Mississippi, and Southwest Virginia. Bramco’s management understands that the success of our business is built upon maintaining our capabilities and developing a trusting relationship with our customers.