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July 18, 2013

A-Z Bus Sales names new president

John Landherr brings over 20 years of experience in senior management roles most recently as president of Certified Aviation Services.


June 25, 2012

A-Z, Elkhart deliver paratransit vehicles to Ariz.

Equipped with a front lift, AVL, camera system and custom graphics. The buses were ordered and delivered in less than five months, using a CalACT-MBTA Vehicle Purchasing Cooperative RFP.


February 3, 2012

A-Z Bus Sales acquires BusWest cutaway assets

BusWest will continue to market and sell the Thomas Built school buses in California and Hawaii, along with the Caio coach products.


February 15, 2011

ROUSH CleanTech to equip A-Z Bus Sales

The independent bus dealer will be the first to be licensed to purchase and install the ROUSH CleanTech liquid propane autogas fuel system on newer model year buses and trucks, including Ford E-series vans and Ford E-350 and E-450 cutaway chassis.


November 11, 2010

A-Z Bus Sales supplies ADA-equipped vehicles to California

A-Z Bus Sales recently provided special needs buses to a well-known amusement park located in Southern California, the Tehachapi Valley Healthcare District, an assisted living facility in Tehachapi, and Casa Pacifica, an adult day healthcare facility in San Diego.


September 16, 2010

Glaval Bus Awards A-Z Bus Sales

Every year, Glaval awards its top dealers, and while all of their 40-plus dealers are eligible for the award, A-Z Bus Sales was selected based on the number of Glaval buses they sold and which were shipped.


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