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New Blue Bird dealer in New England

Posted on June 28, 2013

EAST PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Blue Bird Corp. has a new dealer in New England: Anderson Blue Bird Bus Sales of New England.

Officials said that the Anderson family dealership, established in 1964, is a recognized leader in the New England heavy-duty truck sales, service and parts market.

Anderson Blue Bird Bus Sales of New England will serve customers in Vermont, New Hampshire, western Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

“The signing of a first-class dealer such as Anderson Blue Bird Bus Sales of New England provides Blue Bird customers with outstanding sales, parts and service support throughout New England,” said Phil Horlock, Blue Bird president and CEO. “The Anderson family has been a leading transportation and equipment provider in New England for over 49 years, and we are delighted to have them join our strong team of North American dealers.”

“The three generations of the Anderson family are proud to provide personalized service to Blue Bird customers throughout New England,” said John Anderson, president of Anderson Blue Bird Bus Sales of New England. “Anderson Blue Bird Bus Sales of New England maintains years of experience in logistics, sales, parts and service in the transportation industry. We are committed to providing high-quality, supportive customer service that is ranked amongst the best in the industry.”


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