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REV Group names Ken Becker as director, national accounts

Posted on December 14, 2015

REV Group, a manufacturer of motor vehicles for commercial, fire & emergency and recreation markets, announced Ken Becker as its director, national accounts, for REV Bus Group. Becker will represent REV Group’s commercial, transit and school bus brands and report to John Walsh, VP, sales and marketing, for REV Bus Group.

“I am pleased to have Ken apart of the REV Bus team,” Walsh said. “His vast industry knowledge and experience will be beneficial, allowing REV Bus to become closer to our customer base in the bus industry.”

Becker added, "I'm extremely happy to be part of the REV Group sales team. REV Group's diverse product offering, from small paratransit vehicles to large heavy-duty buses, provide a tremendous opportunity for market share growth. With strong and creative leadership and a spirit for continuous innovation, REV Group has a very bright future."

Becker arrives from ARBOC Specialty Vehicles LLC, where he has been the national sales manager since 2013. Prior to this, he held positions of sales to new and existing customers at the VPG Auto/MV-1 and several Midwest bus dealerships and manufacturers.

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