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ABC names eastern region transit bus, service sales specialist

Posted on June 16, 2015

ABC Companies announced the appointment of Joe Lunny as transit bus and service sales specialist, U.S. eastern region.

Lunny brings more than 25 years of bus sales and management experience, most of that time serving the transit bus industry along the East Coast. Prior to joining ABC, he served as southeast regional sales manager at New Flyer Industries.

He also held the position as the VP, sales and marketing, for two bus dealerships, and was the owner/CEO of the first commercial-only Blue Bird bus dealership in New England.

Lunny will be serving customers east of the Mississippi River, working with industry veteran Jim Morrison who manages the western region. They are teamed with two dealerships in the sales and service of New Flyer transit buses. DATTCO Inc., based in New Britain, Conn., will cover the New England states, while Creative Bus Sales’ territory is Texas and Oklahoma.

ABC has an agreement with New Flyer Industries Inc. to serve as US distributor of New Flyer’s MiDi® and Xcelsior® transit buses to private bus and shuttle operators. ABC sells and supports the low-floor transits through its established service locations and select independent dealerships.

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