A solid history leads to a bright future

Solid Team Effort: Aaron Colbran and Paul Donovan are just a small part of a larger team that have helped to make Tracserv an ongoing success across three decades. Photo: File.

Solid Team Effort: Aaron Colbran and Paul Donovan are just a small part of a larger team that have helped to make Tracserv an ongoing success across three decades. Photo: File.

While located at 19 Purvis Lane in Dubbo, people can easily access the wide range of products and services that Tracserv offer. Apart from having a wealth of information available online, the team regularly get out and about into the community visiting a large number of regional shows, field days and agricultural expo's including the Mudgee Field Days, Nyngan Ag Expo, the Royal Bathurst Show, Dubbo Show and the Australian National Field Days.

They also host their own Open Day which will be held this year on Friday, September 20. The Open Day is set to be a fantastic day out for everyone and includes a barbecue breakfast starting at 7.30am, an appearance from the Whisk Away Vintage Van team with delicious cakes and coffee, in store specials, a lucky door prize and plenty of giveaways.

On show: Tracserv are always on hand to show their quality products and provide helpful advice. Photo: Facebook.

On show: Tracserv are always on hand to show their quality products and provide helpful advice. Photo: Facebook.

Dick said the Open Day is also a great chance to thank the staff members, customers and wider community who have helped make the past 30 years such a success. "It's hard to pick out any individuals as it has been a team effort. I'd like to thank the whole Tracserv team and all of our customers for their loyalty to Tracserv," he said. Dick's daughter and colleague Leandra said it was also important to make a special mention of her mum Sharon.

Warm welcome: Everyone is invited to head on down to 19 Purvis Lane in Dubbo to meet the team at Tracserv. Photo: File.

Warm welcome: Everyone is invited to head on down to 19 Purvis Lane in Dubbo to meet the team at Tracserv. Photo: File.

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"She recently passed from cancer but was there with dad from the start," she said. "They were married for 45 years and had the business together for 30 years with mum working in admin, handling accounts payable and payroll". Dick and Leandra, along with brother Daniel, are planning for a bright future ahead for the business.

Over the next five to ten years, the family are aiming to have Tracserv continue it's reputation as the leading dealer in the Central West for new Isuzu Trucks, Bobcats and Doosan along with being a one stop shop for sales, repairs, maintenance and parts for their equipment.