Prevost offers Wi-Fi at 7 service centers

Posted on August 15, 2011

[IMAGE]Nashville-Service-Center-Exterior-2.jpg[/IMAGE]All seven Prevost Service Centers now offer broadband wireless Internet access to customers and guests. This project is part of Prevost's continued efforts to make tools available to their customers, which help their business succeed, according to the company.

Users will be able to access the Internet or their e-mail accounts from their laptop computers or Wi-Fi enabled mobile devices.

"Prevost understands that our customers' time is extremely valuable, and our goal is to give them the flexibility to run their business efficiently," said Clay Flynt, VP, parts and service. "Wireless Internet access at our service centers allows customers to get important work done during their busy day."

Prevost Service Centers are located in Quebec City, QC; South Plainfield, N.J.; Nashville; Jacksonville, Fla.; Dallas; Mira Loma, Calif.; and Delta, BC.


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