Titan Bus Names First 2 Dealers

Posted on March 20, 2017

Titan Bus is launching its dealer network with Bobby’s Truck and Bus Repair in Ohio and Signature Bus Sales in New England.
Titan Bus is launching its dealer network with Bobby’s Truck and Bus Repair in Ohio and Signature Bus Sales in New England.
OTTAWA, Ohio — Type A school bus newcomer Titan Bus Co. revealed on Monday the first two members of its planned nationwide dealer network.

Bobby’s Truck and Bus Repair will serve as the Titan dealer in Ohio, and Signature Bus Sales and Service will cover New England.

Titan Bus announced last week that it will soon start production of a new line of Type A school buses, with commercial buses to follow.

Industry veteran Brian Barrington, founder and senior vice president, said that the dealership selection process is especially important to the mission of Titan.

“I couldn’t be happier about today with the addition of Signature Bus Sales and Bobby’s Truck and Bus Repair to the Titan family,” Barrington said. “Both dealers are examples of what we are looking for in terms of sales and, more importantly, service after the sale.”

Bobby’s Truck and Bus Repair is a Fremont, Ohio-based sales and service company that has been providing specialized bus services since 1989.

“Bobby’s ‘Customer First’ approach in all of their operations is an approach that remains the heartbeat of their company even 28 years later,” Barrington said. “That makes them an ideal selection for Ohio.”

"As soon as we knew that Brian wanted to bring a new bus line to the market, we were on board,” said Kellie Sears, vice president of Bobby’s Truck and Bus Repair. “Brian has vast knowledge of the industry, and he fully understands the importance of product support. That combination in today’s marketplace is needed and will produce a quality, cutting-edge product that will instill immediate confidence in buyers.”

Titan’s New England dealership, Signature Bus Sales and Service, is operated by Ron Roe. Signature provides new and used school buses, multi-function school activity buses, and commercial buses.

“I truly believe Ron can have great success in the New England school bus market with Titan Bus,” Barrington said. “Ron will stop at nothing to make sure that his customers are taken care of and that any issues are handled.”

For more information on Titan Bus, go to or call (419) 523-3593.

Related Topics: Ohio, Titan Bus, Type A/small buses

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