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Apache Sprayers Names Simpson Farm Enterprises Dealer of the Year 2022

MOORESVILLE, Ind. – Equipment Technologies (ET), manufacturer of Apache Sprayers, celebrated top dealerships and high-achieving sales teams at its annual dealer meeting July 26-27, 2022 held at company headquarters in Mooresville, Ind. Company leaders recognized top sales and service excellence for 2022, top dealers and top performers.

In addition to the Apache Dealer awards ceremony, the annual Apache Sprayers Dealership meeting featured workshops and breakout sessions that gave attendees the opportunity to review, test, and become educated on the new features being delivered with the 2023 Apache Sprayers line-up.

Simpson Farm Enterprises (SFE) was named the Dealer of the Year 2022. In addition, Ag Solutions Group earned the Highest Growth Dealer award and All West Sales was awarded Top First Year Dealer. 

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