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Gooseneck Implement to expand with new dealership in Dickinson

Gooseneck Implement to build new facility in Dickinson.

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Gooseneck Implement announced plans to construct a new dealership in Dickinson. (Photo courtesy of Gooseneck Implement)
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Gooseneck Implement has since 1974 aspired to provide western North Dakota and northwestern South Dakota with the highest quality farm equipment and superior product support. On Wednesday, Gooseneck Implement announced plans to construct a new dealership in Dickinson.

A John Deere dealership with stores in Kenmare, Minot, Mohall, Stanley, Velva, Rugby, Harvey, Williston, Beach, Bowman, Elgin, Dickinson and Lemmon, SD., the expansion comes after the Dickinson location, formerly Dakota Farm Equipment, joined the Gooseneck Implement family in 2018.

The new facility will house parts, sales and service all in one location, according to Gooseneck Implement's Dickinson store manager Matt Leake, who said he was very excited about the company's newest long-term investment in Dickinson.

“For those farmers and ranchers that work in acres, not in hours, we thank you. We are very grateful for your continued patronage because we wouldn’t be here without loyal customers like you,” Leake said.

The location in Dickinson currently provides support to farmers across six counties in southwestern North Dakota and an estimated 4,481 farmers and ranchers.

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The new Gooseneck Implement facility will be located across the street from the Allstate Peterbilt of Dickinson, at the intersection of 36th Street Southwest and Interstate 94. (Photo courtesy of Gooseneck Implement)

“Gooseneck Implement is dedicated to the Dickinson community’s infrastructure that will lead to more steady jobs with great career opportunities in a reliable industry that is crucial to the Dickinson area,” Alicia Hess, General Manager at Gooseneck Implement, said. "This new investment will allow for many improvements such as better efficiencies amongst the departments, improved parts storage and increased space for parts availability, as well as a safer work environment for the Gooseneck employees. We’re excited to bring a new location to the Dickinson Community. This opportunity will give our customers a state of the art facility for service, parts and sales.”

Until the new facility is built, Gooseneck Implement will remain open at their current location at 2430 I-94 Business Loop E in Dickinson. While the store hours are subject to change due to inclement weather, they are open from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 7:30 a.m. to noon on Saturday. The store is closed for business on Sunday.

For more information, visit gooseneckimp.com/Dealer-Info/Locations/Dickinson,-ND or call (701) 225-8123.

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