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First Priority named Trans Tech dealer for California, Nevada

Posted on June 3, 2015
First Priority will offer sales and service for Trans Tech’s Type A school buses in California and Nevada. Pictured is the Roadstar.

First Priority will offer sales and service for Trans Tech’s Type A school buses in California and Nevada. Pictured is the Roadstar.

First Priority Bus Sales has reached an agreement with Trans Tech to be its exclusive dealer for California and Nevada.

In those two states, First Priority will offer sales and service for Trans Tech’s Type A school buses, multi-function school activity buses and commercial buses.

“First Priority shares Trans Tech’s passion and vision of making a difference in the school bus industry by promoting quality school transportation products that are beneficial to our communities,” said Noel Cabrera, president of First Priority. “Trans Tech’s Type A buses complement our current product offerings, which include innovative and environmentally friendly school and commercial buses.”

First Priority recently opened a facility in Reedley, California, which will support the Trans Tech product line with parts, sales and service. Also, First Priority displayed Trans Tech’s all-electric eSeries and its compressed natural gas bus offerings at the Green California Summit in Sacramento in April.

“California and Nevada are leaders in green technology, and partnering with First Priority on our Type A buses, including our all-electric sustainable and safe eSeries school buses, is just tremendous,” said John Phraner, president of Trans Tech.

For more information, go to www.firstprioritybussales.com or call (800) 247-7725.

Related Topics: alternative fuels, California, CNG, electric bus, Nevada, Trans Tech

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