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REV Group returns to BusCon show floor

Posted on May 10, 2016

BusCon, North America’s “Biggest Bus Show,” announced today that REV Bus Group and its seven bus brands — Champion Bus, Collins Bus Corp., ElDorado, ENC, Federal, Goshen and Krystal — will return to Indianapolis for BusCon 2016, which be held at the Indiana Convention Center Sept. 19 to 21.

“We are thrilled to welcome back REV Bus Group to the show as Platinum Sponsor, providing BusCon attendees the opportunity to see many of the leading brands on the market today,” said James Blue, GM, BusCon.

REV Group will mark its return with 4,250 sq. ft. booth, which will showcase all seven of its brands, including the entrance of Collins Bus into the commercial bus market and much more.

“I’ve always been a big proponent of BusCon because it touches so many different vertical markets — tour and charter, transit, paratransit, limousine, you name it,” said REV Group President John Walsh. “So from our standpoint as the number one bus company in the industry, if you get an opportunity to get in a room with all seven of our brands and all of those verticals in one place, it’s a real win-win.”

BusCon 2016 returns to the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis Sept. 19-21. This year’s show will include a larger show floor, more top-notch educational programs and an awards breakfast. Registration for BusCon 2016 is now open at www.BusConExpo.com. Register by August 19 for a free Exhibits Only pass or a discounted Full Conference Pass.

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