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Walsh joins Davey Coach Sales as president/COO

Posted on February 2, 2018

Davey Coach Sales announced the appointment of John Walsh as president/COO. Walsh, most recently the president of REV Bus Group, has more than 30 years of experience in the bus industry. He will report to Tom Davey, CEO.

Walsh has spent his entire career at bus manufacturers and bus dealerships. As president of REV Bus Group, he led nine different brands of buses and vans in the luxury, transit, school, and mobility markets. He also served as the CEO of VPG Autos, makers of the MV-1 car, and as the VP of Arboc. Walsh's dealership experience had him leading National Bus Sales and Leasing as president where he spent 23 years growing National from a small school bus dealership in Georgia to the largest bus dealership at the time with 6 locations covering 14 States

Davey Coach Sales, a new and used mid-sized buses and shuttles in North America, was established in 1992. The company is backed by Denver-based Progress Equity Partners, a private equity investment firm.

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