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Agriculture donating to agriculture

Havre Daily News

Farm implement dealer Torgerson's donated jackets to the Montana State University-Northern Postsecocondary Agriculture Students Club, which club advisors Tom Welch and Bill Danley said was greatly appreciated along with the fourth-generation Montana company's other support of the club.

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Montana Ag Opportunities Tour

Great Falls Tribune

FFA members from across the state attend tour in eastern Montana.
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Torgerson to attend Retail Advocates Summit

Prairie Star News

Brion Torgerson, of Torgerson’s LLC in Great Falls, Mont., is headed to Washington D.C. next week to participate in the National Retail Federation’s annual fly-in, the Retail Advocates Summit.
Torgerson will join over 150 small business owners, entrepreneurs, Main Street merchants and community retailers July 29-30 for education sessions, networking, as well as grassroots advocacy activities on the retail industry’s top public policy priorities.

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NRF's Washington Leadership Conference: A retailer's perspective

National Retail Federation

Twenty-five hundred miles. That's how far Brion Torgerson traveled for NRF's Washington Leadership Conference. Torgerson's, a century-old farm equipment business in Great Falls that he runs with his brothers, has been a member of the Montana Retail Association since the association's inception almost 50 years ago. Thanks to an invitation from NRF to the association to bring retailers to Washington, Torgerson had the chance to experience the annual fly-in for the first time. And after all that traveling, he was determined to make the most of his trip.
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Torgerson's celebrates 100 years in Montana


Torgerson's is celebrating its 100th anniversary of serving Montana farmers and ranchers, and family members say that one of key reasons for their success is that they are farmers, too.

Another reason for their success is keeping it all in the family.
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Torgerson's celebrate 100 years in business

Shelby Promoter

It seems like every time you turn on the television, the radio, your computer or read a newspaper you are hearing about a new business opening up or one that is closing down. Not very often do you find family-owned businesses that are still up and running 100 years later. Torgerson's can boast such success as it celebrated a century in business in September.

Originally started by Reier Torgerson in 1912, the company has come a long ways through the generations. Reier handed over his business to his son in 1937 and in 1970-71 it was passed down to Eric Torgerson and his two brothers.
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Torgerson's celebrates 100 years in business

The Prairie Star

In September, Torgerson's celebrated 100 years of business. "The original store was in Ethridge," said Ariane Johnson. She provides corporate support for Torgerson's. A visit with her provided a fascinating look at the business through the last 100 years.

Reier Torgerson opened that very first store in 1912 as a mercantile business. "They sold appliances, hardware, household and food supplies," she explained. Eventually they expanded to sell trucks and, even, airplanes.
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9 - 10 a.m at Torgerson's: A Font of Implement Information

Great Falls Tribune

From 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. on a recent morning at Torgerson's, a farm-implement dealership, at most 5 minutes pass between questions shop manager Bruce Broesder must answer from technicians, salesmen, customers.
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100 Years Later, Torgerson's, LLC is Still All in the Family

Farm Equipment Magazine

Keeping this dealership as a family business for a century is a testament to uncommon leadership, a willingness to change and a commitment to working for the good of the entire company.
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Torgerson's New Shop Aims at Improving Service Metrics

Farm Equipment Magazine

If you were to ask any of Torgerson's top management about the most important aspect of farm equipment retailing these days — those operations that, if not given particular attention, can spell dealership failure — to a person they'll point directly at two things: turning used equipment and service and parts absorption rate.
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Happy 100 Years, Torgerson's

Signature Montana Magazine

On any given workday, you will see white trucks with a red, yellow, and blue stripe channeling into two streams across the truck's side panel. You may spot these trucks while you wait at a traffic light, but most often you will see them on the lonely stretches of Montana's back roads.
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Equipment Drives Need For Specialist at Torgerson's

Farm Equipment Magazine

As precision farming equipment has become more sophisticated, so too has the dealer's approach to selling the tools and serving the customers who buy it. For the first time, the 2012 Farm Equipment's Dealer Business Outlook & Trends survey asked dealers if they would hiring precision farming specialists by the end of the year.
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Torgerson's techs experience different crops and terrain during their stint in Australia

Great Falls Tribune

Torgerson's farm implement company sent two of its service technicians to Australia last fall for a month each in a new business-exchange program.

"We hated to lose two of them but felt the exchange was a way to reward experienced techs who'd done a good job for us that allowed them the experience of going through a harvest in an area with different terrain and crops," said Joe Hafliger, Torgerson's general manager for Great Falls and Havre.
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Torgerson's Salutes Bill Galt

New Holland News

Torgerson's is proud to have Bill Galt as one of our top New Holland customers. Bill is a cattle rancher from the White Sulpher Springs, MT area. He was recently featured in a TV Show "Last American Cowboy" on Animal Planet and is now being featured in the "New Holland News" magazine. Torgerson's salutes Bill for his hard work in the Ag industry and celebrates his successes with him.
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