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Prevost announces Webinar series for customers

Posted on October 20, 2010

Prevost introduced its Webinar program, Prevost Connection, a continuing series of on-line presentations and discussions for motorcoach operators, drivers and maintenance personnel for customers.

The program will educate customers about important topics regarding new and existing Prevost vehicles, vehicle maintenance and customer service programs and will allow for discussion between Prevost product and service experts and customers.

The first Prevost Connection Webinar was held on August 26 and featured Volvo's D13 2010 SCR Solution. The session was presented by Prevost Service Training Manager Robert Hitt.

Topics for upcoming sessions will include Prevost Vehicle Winter Preparation, Prevost Tire Pressure Monitoring System and Fire Suppression System Maintenance & Diagnostic, and the Volvo I-Shift Transmission.

During Webinar registration, attendees can submit questions for the presenter to address during the session and can offer suggestions for specific areas of concentration. During the Webinar, attendees view the presentation by connecting to the Webinar through a simple internet link and listen to the presentation by calling in to a toll free number. Attendees can ask questions throughout the presentation and discuss points of interest with the subject expert. Following the Webinar, attendees are invited to offer suggestions and topics of interest for future Webinars.

Prevost has set a schedule for the fall, which can be accessed directly at prevostevents.webex.com, where attendees can register for upcoming events or view recordings of past events.

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