Mike Stotts didn’t always run Ditch Witch. But he does now.
“Ditch Witch showed a product that surpassed the drills we were running,” he says. But it goes much deeper than that. “Ditch Witch gives you a service where you feel like they’re part of your company. They help you succeed. When you purchase a Ditch Witch, or deal with Ditch Witch, it’s more on a personal level. You feel like you’re part of them and they’re part of you.”
It’s all part of the culture Steve Jergentz, general manager of Ditch Witch Northwest, has helped create. “I sat down with Jergentz last year to buy a drill, and he told me, ‘We want to do a joint-venture with you. We consider this a partnership with you. We’ll do what we can to help you succeed and make your business grow.’”
That’s why Mike’s happy right where he is. “I have the choice to go anywhere I want. I could go to a competitor or I could stay with Ditch Witch. I choose to stay here with Ditch Witch.”