Watch "25", a documentary by Tigercat [VIDEO]

Celebrating their 25th anniversary, this film explores the importance of the prototype 726 feller buncher, the machine that started it all and launched a company that would impact the business of harvesting timber around the world.

Tigercat "25" Movie and Documentary
I remember when Tigercat was founded in 1992. That was the same year I began working full time at My Little Salesman. As I grew in my knowledge of the industry, I watched this brand grow and make its place in the forestry industry with its core product--the 726 feller buncher. This drive-to-tree design made an impact on the industry by improving durability and reliability thereby improving production for logging operations.

The units are designed and built in Ontario, Canada by people who had a dream and an approach that gives them an edge and allows them to be more than just an equipment company. Their approach helps their customers know they are building a legacy, not just a unit to sell. That legacy is measured out in board-feet and the connection a man has with his passion for his work. Their legacy is, and will be, one of innovation that connects to the operators needs and changes that improve the lives of loggers around the world.

That quick, powerful machine changed that industry 25 years ago and became known for its durability and long operating life in full-time forestry and logging operations. Today it is joined by a full line of forestry equipment that includes tree-length and cut-to-length feller buncher machines and a full line of skidders, loaders, and logging attachments.

On their 25th anniversary, Tigercat makes yet another splash in the forestry industry with an amazing film showcasing their history of innovation and connection to the customer--families of loggers around the world. If you have ever been curious about how forestry machines are created, want to know more about Tigercat or just want to watch a movie about our industry that is engaging, exciting and makes you feel proud of what you do, this is a great video to watch. So, I invite you to join me and watch “25”, a film about Tigercat's commitment, sacrifice, and being more to your customers than just a manufacturer, but a true partner in their success.

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About Jason Pierce
Jason Pierce is the second generation of Pierce's to own My Little Salesman. Jason remembers travelling with his dad Dick Pierce on sales trips or visiting him at his office as a young boy. These regular visits with his dad is where Jason learned directly how the business of advertising and marketing is integral to the success of a dealer's business.

Jason has studied and written about the Trucking, Construction, Forestry and Agriculture industries since the mid-1990's; focusing on market trends, opportunities in down markets and how to stay not just focused but positive in these very cyclical industries.

Always fascinated by the new opportunities provided by the industries My Little Salesman serves, Jason is as excited today about his life and work as he was when he was a child learning from his dad. It is the regular interactions with the buyers and sellers of the trucks and equipment that keep him excited. Hearing the way their businesses are changing and seeking new and better ways to meet My Little Salesman's original mission of shortening the buying cycle, easing the purchase, making sure the inventory is there when the buyer needs it is what has driven Jason's work since he started part time work at the company in 1987.

A father of 6, Jason lives in Austin, Texas where he enjoys being with his wife Elena and their kids. They are avid sports enthusiasts, enjoying the Austin weather and life that God has provided for them.

To reach Jason, contact My Little Salesman at 1-800-493-2295.
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