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Forest River returns to BusCon 2018 as Platinum Sponsor

Posted on April 16, 2018

BusCon, North America’s “Biggest Bus Show,” announced today that Forest River and its six bus brands — Battisti Customs, Berkshire Coach, Elkhart Coach, Glaval Bus, Starcraft Bus, and StarTrans Bus — will return to Indianapolis for BusCon 2018, which will be held at the Indiana Convention Center Oct. 1 to 3.

“Forest River is proud to partner with BusCon this year, not only as an exhibitor, but also as a Platinum Sponsor,” said Forest River Bus President David Wright. “BusCon has a long tradition of showcasing buses and providing educational courses to dealers and retail customers alike. We look forward to exhibiting a variety of our products this fall.”

Forest River, a Berkshire Hathaway Company, will mark its return with a nearly 7,000 square-foot booth, showcasing a range of vehicles suitable for a variety of public and private sector transportation providers.

“As America’s largest shuttle bus manufacturer, we are thrilled to welcome back Forest River and their outstanding network of dealers to the show, providing BusCon attendees the opportunity to see many of the leading brands on the market today,” said James Blue, GM, BusCon.

 

BusCon 2018 returns to the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis Oct. 1 to 3. This year’s show will include all of the latest vehicles and technology on the market today, more top-notch educational programs, and the return of the Transit Maintenance Forum. Registration for BusCon 2018 is now open at www.BusConExpo.com. Register by Sept. 6 for a free Exhibits Only pass or a discounted Full Conference Pass.

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