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P&K Equipment General Manager Named NAEDA’s Dealer Advocate of the Year

The North American Equipment Dealers Association (NAEDA) is pleased to announce that Scott Eisenhauer is NAEDA’s 2022 Dealer Advocate of the Year. CEO Kim Rominger made the announcement at NAEDA’s North America Dealer Conference on Nov. 16, 2022.

NAEDA’s Dealer Advocacy award is presented each year to a dealer whose efforts contributed to policy outcomes benefiting the equipment dealer industry. The award is about recognizing those who engage in NAEDA’s government affairs advocacy and go above and beyond.

“Scott's efforts have been instrumental in stopping Right to Repair legislation in Oklahoma the past several years and recently to pass necessary transportation legislation benefiting all dealers in Oklahoma,” stated NAEDA’s Vice President of Government Affairs, Eric Wareham. “He's never hesitant to appear before a committee and provide a dealer perspective on an important bill or initiative. Scott has spent so much time in the capitol that I think other people believe he is a legislator at this point.” 

Scott joined the P&K team as General Manager in 2006, and prior to that he was with Deere & Company. In addition to being an effective voice for equipment dealers and NAEDA, Scott is deeply engaged in his state. He is a member of NAEDA's Oklahoma state advisory committee, a board member of the State Chamber of Oklahoma and was appointed to the Oklahoma Lottery Commission by Governor Kevin Stitt. Scott has also served as President of the Sirloin Club of Oklahoma, and is active in several other civic organizations, such as the OSU Alumni Association, Oklahoma Farm Bureau, and American Farmers & Ranchers. 

“Scott has been a tremendous asset to the association’s government affairs effort,” added Wareham. “We are thrilled to present Scott with this prestigious award.”

Source : Farm equipment

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