A Fresh Look For The John Deere Pavilion
This article was originally published by Machinefinder.com on 3/20/2012. The original post can be viewed here.
The John Deere Pavilion in Moline, Illinois, underwent a major redesign project during the cold winter months in preparation for the company’s 175 anniversary, as it reopened in mid-February with a variety of new exhibits and products on display.
According to a company release, the reopening showcased the near total transformation of the visitor experience at the site. Though the outside of the building looks the same, the scope of the renovation is immediately apparent once the visitor looks inside.
“Today we reopen the doors to the John Deere Pavilion and offer the public a fresh, exciting, and entertaining experience where guests can learn more about how we are all linked to the land,” Sam Allen, chairman and chief executive officer of Deere & Company, said at the reopening. “The Pavilion will provide a superb destination for customers, employees, and fans to celebrate their personal connection to John Deere.”