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New Tenn. Prevost facility opens

Posted on June 15, 2009

The new Prevost Tennessee Parts and Service Center in Goodlettsville, Tenn., is now open for business, the company announced.

"The move more than doubled the size of our previous facility and now, more than ever, we are ready to meet our customers' needs for routine maintenance, cosmetic upgrades or major accident repairs," said Guy French, service director.

The new 58,000 sq. ft. facility is equipped with 13 service bays, one wash bay, 20,000 sq. ft. parts warehouse area and a two-story office area.

Prevost has been operating its service center in Whites Creek, Tenn. for more than 11 years, and the growing local demand triggered the need to expand and relocate.  Several customers and potential buyers have shown interest in the 22,000 sq. ft. Whites Creek facility, but the property is still available.

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