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Collins Bus Parent REV Group Names New VP of Sales

Posted on April 15, 2019
Matt Scheuler will lead all sales and strategic planning across REV Group bus companies based in Kansas and Michigan.
Matt Scheuler will lead all sales and strategic planning across REV Group bus companies based in Kansas and Michigan.

MILWAUKEE, Wis. — REV Group Inc. has announced that Matt Scheuler has been named vice president of sales for REV Bus.

Rev Group is the parent company of Type A school bus builder Collins Bus Corp. Rev Group’s brands also supply vehicles for the public transit, paratransit, airport, university transportation, and recreation markets.

Scheuler will lead all sales and strategic planning across REV bus companies based in Salina, Kansas; South Hutchinson, Kansas; and Imlay City, Michigan. He will report directly to Ian Walsh, chief operating officer of REV Group. His responsibilities will cover REV Group shuttles and school buses, which, in addition to Collins, include brands such as Champion Bus, Collins Bus, ElDorado National-Kansas, Federal Coach, Goshen Coach, World Trans, and Krystal.  

“I’m thrilled to have Matt Scheuler leading the sales and strategic efforts across our bus division,” Walsh said. “Matt has demonstrated excellent leadership and results as the vice president and general manager of Collins Bus the last five years. Matt has a strong skill set for process excellence needed to win in our marketplace, and has built lasting and enduring relationships with our dealers and customers.”

“I’m excited for the opportunity to work with Ian and our leadership teams at each of our business units. After spending several years leading our school bus company, I’m looking forward to working across the other bus companies and aligning our strategic efforts,” Scheuler added. “REV has an excellent portfolio of products, strong leadership, and an exceptional distribution channel, which are key components to our overall success now and into the future.”

Scheuler has been with Collins Bus Corp. since 2007, and has held several key leadership roles, including vice president of sales and marketing, director of sales, and leadership roles with special projects and aftermarket service and support. Scheuler earned his bachelor’s degree from Wichita State University.

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