Management

Blue Bird announces new dealer for Washington

Posted on November 13, 2009

FORT VALLEY, Ga. — Bryson Sales & Service of Washington will serve as the authorized Blue Bird dealer for the state of Washington, with the exception of five river counties, according to Blue Bird Corp. officials.

"We are pleased that a first-class dealership such as Bryson Sales & Service has expanded its territory to include the state of Washington," said Roger Howsmon, Blue Bird's chief marketing officer and senior VP of sales. "This initiative will provide high quality, comprehensive sales and service to Washington state."

Bryson Sales & Service is one of Blue Bird's oldest dealers. It began supplying the OEM's buses in Utah in 1969.

For more information on Bryson Sales & Service of Washington, contact Steve Horn at [email protected] or visit www.brysonsales.com.

Related Topics: Blue Bird Corp.

Comments ( 0 )
More Stories
Article

Great Ideas Abound on the Bus

Great ideas come in many forms. What all of these innovations have in common is that they promote the role of school buses in student achievement.

News

School Bus Driver Teaches Students to Fish

Gary Kelmer of New Jersey invites students he transports to a local pond on spring break to teach them how to fish and get them to spend time outdoors. He has offered the activity for over 20 years.

Video

VIDEO: School Bus Danger Zone Awareness

This dramatization from Georgia, based on a true story, teaches students about safely boarding and exiting the school bus — including what to do if they drop something.

Two bills that are intended to address school bus safety in the wake of a fatal crash in November have advanced in the Tennessee House of Representatives. One would raise the minimum age for new school bus drivers, and the other would require "a restraint system" on school buses.
News

Tennessee School Bus Bills Advance

A bill that would raise the minimum age for new school bus drivers in the state passes unanimously in the House. Another bill that would require restraints on school buses passes a committee vote.

Be the First to Know

Get the latest news and most popular articles from SBF delivered straight to your inbox. Stay on top of the school bus industry and don't miss a thing!