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Creative Bus Sales orders 100 GreenPower buses

Posted on June 7, 2018

Creative’s order for 100 GreenPower buses over 18 months includes the 15 buses for inventory and demonstration that are on order with GreenPower.
Creative’s order for 100 GreenPower buses over 18 months includes the 15 buses for inventory and demonstration that are on order with GreenPower.

GreenPower Motor Co. Inc. received an order for 100 buses from Creative Bus Sales, the U.S.’s largest bus dealer for sales, parts, and service and GreenPower’s exclusive authorized factory representative.

“This 100 bus order represents our largest order to date,” said GreenPower President Brendan Riley. “This is further validation of the compelling nature of GreenPower EV products and the acceptance of our product by the market in general!”

“Creative Bus Sales and GreenPower have been working together behind the scenes for months now including training and joint sales calls,” said Creative Bus Sales President Tony Matijevich. “This order reflects our commitment to amazing EV buses that GreenPower designs and manufactures and our ability to sell and support them.”

Creative’s order for 100 GreenPower buses over 18 months includes the 15 buses for inventory and demonstration that are on order with GreenPower.

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