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GreenPower selects Creative BusSales as exclusive factory rep.

Posted on May 31, 2018

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GreenPower Motor Co. Inc. entered into an exclusive factory representative agreement with Creative Bus Sales, the nation’s largest bus dealer for sales, parts, and service. With 19 physical locations, a 75-person sales team, and 200-plus service and support staff, Creative Bus Sales sold thousands of buses in the U.S. last year alone.

Along with signing the three-year exclusive agreement, Creative Bus Sales has placed an initial order of 15 buses with GreenPower for their inventory: five EV-STARS and 10 Synapse School Buses.

We are excited to partner with an entity that unquestionably has the ability to effectively demonstrate, sell, and service, electric medium- and heavy-duty vehicles. We have a suite of compelling and quality products, and now we have a well-regarded nationwide representative”, said Brendan Riley, president of GreenPower.

The president of Creative Bus Sales, Tony Matijevich said regarding this new relationship: “Creative Bus Sales and GreenPower working together make a match that is going to be hard for competitors to beat. With the most extensive and compelling EV bus offerings available from GreenPower; combined with Creative Bus Sales — the largest and most respected bus dealer in America — this new relationship represents a paradigm shift for the bus industry.”

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