Thomas Built Buses has been awarded a contract by governmental agency Sourcewell to offer educational, governmental, or nonprofit organizations new school buses.
The school bus manufacturer received the contract following a request for proposal process resulting in contracts that meet, or exceed, local procurement requirements, according to a news release from Thomas Built Buses.
“The bidding process for school buses can be an incredibly challenging process,” said Jed Routh, vice president of sales, service, and marketing at Thomas Built Buses. “By earning an awarded contract with Sourcewell, we hope to streamline that process for many districts — thereby saving them time and money along the way.”
Sourcewell is a self-sustaining government organization offering a cooperative purchasing program with more than 400 contracts to government, education, and nonprofit entities throughout North America, according to the organization's website. By utilizing Sourcewell contracts, participating school districts can reportedly save time and money by capturing the buying power of more than 50,000 organizations.
Learn more about Sourcewell on the Thomas Built Buses website. Current Sourcewell members can contact their dealer and mention contract 063020-TBB to discuss how they can use Sourcewell to satisfy the bidding process on the purchase of Thomas Built products.
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