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REV Bus Group partners with Schetky NW Bus Sales for spring events

Posted on April 26, 2016

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REV Bus Group, a division of REV Group (REV), announced today a partnership with the Northwest’s largest commercial bus dealer, Schetky Bus and Van Sales, for spring tradeshows in 2016. Schetky Bus and Van Sales has worked with REV bus brands ElDorado, ENC, Goshen and Champion Bus for almost four decades.

“Schetky and REV share the same values, in that we have a deep respect for the history of the transportation industry while looking forward to introducing new technologies and platforms that can best serve future generations,” said David Schetky, sales manager and fourth generation Schetky to manage the dealer. 

Schetky Bus and Van Sales is also recognized by REV Bus Group as the longest-established bus and van dealer in the Northwest. They are also the nation’s top selling senior living bus dealer and offer unsurpassed after-the-sale support, with three service locations strategically placed to serve the Northwest. In addition, they offer mobile field service to work on a vehicle at a customer’s facility. With their commitment to customers everywhere, future expansion will continue to focus on providing the best service and support.

The partnership continues with the presentation of a Champion Bus unit in the Schetky Bus and Van Sales booth at the Argentum Senior Living Executive Conference and Tradeshow (formerly ALFA) in Denver May 9 to 12. The unit on display — an LF Transport® — is a capstone product of the REV Bus product line and one with the most technology for all accessibility needs.

About Schetky NW Bus Sales
Founded in 1942, Jack Schetky assembled the first school bus west of the Mississippi River, and built a reputation for providing unsurpassed service and support. Schetky Bus and Vans Sales specializes in new bus sales; used bus sales; bus service; bus leasing; bus financing; online parts ordering; bus warranty; and alternative fuel conversions, including CNG, propane and electric.

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