Quick Facts About Cazenovia Equipment's Growth and Milestones…
1959 – A dealer started the John Deere Dealership in Cazenovia.
1961 – Cazenovia Equipment Company was incorporated and acquired by Larry Love, Edison Love & Harold Parker (silent partner).
1973 – Larry relocated the store to Route 20 in the town of Nelson.
1975 – Bob Frazee joined as a business partner.
1976 – Bob married Larry's daughter, Juli Love.
1988 – A new store was opened in the town of Chittenango.
1989 – Acquired a John Deere Dealership (Twin Tier Tractor) in Cortland.
1995 – Larry Love retired from the Business.
1999 – Acquired a John Deere Dealership, (Andre’s Equipment), with a location in New Hartford and one in Herkimer.
2002 – Bob's son's, Jim and Mike Frazee, joined the company.
2005 – Acquired a John Deere Dealership (SNB Valley Supply) with locations in
Oneonta and South New Berlin.
2007 – Acquired a John Deere Dealership (Shannahan’s Tractors) with a location in
2009 – Acquired a John Deere Dealership (Widrick’s Implements) with locations in
Lowville, Sandy Creek, and Watertown.
2010 – Merged South New Berlin and Oneonta stores. Expanded and upgraded
Oneonta location to house both operations.
2011 – Merged Herkimer and Clinton stores. Expanded and upgraded Clinton location to house both operations.
2011 – August 11, a fire raged through the main headquarters in the town of Nelson and destroyed the facility.
2011 – October 14, groundbreaking takes place for the new headquarters location in the town of Cazenovia, less than two miles west of the original location that perished in the fire.
2012 – April 9, the new headquarters facility in the town of Cazenovia opened to the public.
2012 – July, Cazenovia Equipment Company holds Grand Opening Events at new store in Cazenovia.
2019 – October, Cazenovia Equipment acquires LeBerge & Curtis in Canton, NY as the 10th CEC location
2021- January, Cazenovia Equipment moves their Sandy Creek location to a new location in Fulton and moves their Burrville location to a new location on Route 3 in Watertown.