Let’s Connect to Value Implement

Value Implement was founded in 1992 when Dr. Dave (Doc) and Mary Hehli purchased Vold’s Implement in Osseo and Eckel Implement in Arcadia. At that time they had approximately 30 employees. Twenty-five years later, Value Implement has grown into a six location dealership with over 100 employees who have 1100 years of combined experience!

In 2004 their Menomonie location was purchased and currently has 20 employees. “We are proud of the business we have built and continuously strive to be the dealer of choice in our area. We represent many well-known lines and have received numerous awards for our exceptional sales and service of these brands,” said Dale Hoff, Menomonie Store Manager. Value Implement and its employees have built a reputation for outstanding customer service. According to Hoff, “We know that to be able to serve our customers at a level of satisfaction that they deserve, we need to know our customers.

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Make a Difference in Your Community

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*Must be between the ages 13 and 23 and currently reside in a rural community. Your survey submission and each social media share will enter you in for a prize drawing of a $200 Amazon gift card.

Phishing, Fraud, Viruses & Scams

Scams are unfortunately, not a new thing. They are however always evolving but there is a pattern of the types of phone scams that are run.

Phishing Scams

These are the scams that you’ll typically get through email. However, there’s been a rise in phone call scams involving people claiming to be computer support. They often state that they are from a big name company like Microsoft and that the computer has an infection. They’ll try to get you to allow them to access your computer. Don’t do it! If you are suspicious that they may have obtained access to your computer, please call a reputable computer repair shop.

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