Wisconsin shop wins Rotary Lift’s 50,000th SmartLift

Dec. 20, 2011

Dec. 20, 2011—Rotary Lift, a supplier of vehicle lifts and equipment, on Monday gave away its 50,000th SmartLift inground lift to commemorate the equipment’s 15th anniversary.

Rotary Lift said it conducted a drawing, and received thousands of entries to win the SmartLift inground lift. The equipment was awarded to Keith Pastorius, service manager of Precision Auto Repair in Mayville, Wisc.

The SmartLift inground lift is a 10,000-pound capacity model that features the new Trio superstructure, according to Rotary Lift. The new design increases technician productivity by providing greater drive-through clearance, lift-to-vehicle clearance and extended arm reach.

“We’d like to thank the dealers and shop owners who have made SmartLift the world’s best-selling inground lift,” said John Rylee, director of marketing for Rotary Lift. “Customers know they can count on the Rotary Lift SmartLift. It’s the original environmentally friendly inground lift with proven performance in thousands of service facilities worldwide for more than 15 years.”                                                                              

For more information, visit rotarylift.com.

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