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MV-1 dealership network hits 100

Posted on September 9, 2014

Mobility Ventures LLC, designer and manufacturer of the acclaimed MV-1, reached a milestone of more than 100 dealerships in its nationwide dealer network. The U.S. dealers join two international distributors in selling and servicing this one-of-a-kind vehicle.

“This milestone is very important because it indicates significant progress in our commitment to provide a broad network of well-established dealers who can be depended upon to provide high quality MV-1 sales, service and support to individuals in wheelchairs, commercial fleets, institutions and municipalities,” said John Walsh, Mobility Ventures VP, sales and marketing.

To meet a growing demand for the MV-1, Mobility Ventures will continue to aggressively expand its dealer network into all major domestic and international market areas. The expansion of the dealer network makes the MV-1 — the only purpose-built vehicle that meets or exceeds the guidelines of the Americans with Disabilities Act — available in more cities to serve an increasing population of users who rely on wheelchair accessible vehicles.

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