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IC Bus celebrates achievements at annual meeting

Posted on March 25, 2009

IC Bus corporate and dealer executives recently gathered in San Diego, Calif. to celebrate the success of the past year and plan for the coming year during the IC Bus annual dealer meeting.

 

The company hosted more than 80 representatives from 39 IC Bus dealers in a two-day meeting.

 

The dealers discussed opportunities for 2009 with peers and executives, including potential benefits for bus customers stemming from the recent U.S. economic stimulus package, as well as Navistar’s Advanced EGR solution for the 2010 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) emissions requirements.

 

The meeting culminated with an awards ceremony, recognizing exceptional individuals throughout the dealer network. First, IC Bus recognized ten IC Bus Dealer Scholarship recipients. Through the IC Bus Dealer Scholarship program,  dealership employees and their families are eligible for scholarship awards.

 

IC Bus selects the Dealer of the Year winners based on a number of criteria including performance metrics such as market share, customer satisfaction ratings, and year-over-year performance improvements. The winning dealers excelled in all of these areas.

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