Management & Operations

New Flyer names new transit bus regional sales manager

Posted on June 5, 2017

North American transit bus and motorcoach manufacturer New Flyer Industries Inc. announced Rick Glaston as its new transit bus regional sales manager for the Central and Southwest U.S.

Glaston will be responsible for transit bus sales in Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, Montana, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas (excluding Dallas DART), Utah, Washington (excluding Seattle King County Metro), and Wyoming.

He will report to VP, National Sales, Joe Gibson and be located in Fort Collins, Colo.

Glaston has over 30 years of experience in sales, service, and aftermarket parts for the transportation industry. He transferred from the New Flyer Aftermarket sales team. Prior to New Flyer Industries Inc., Glaston worked as Western regional director with North American Bus Industries (NABI) until 2013, when New Flyer acquired NABI, and Glaston became a territory sales representative. Glaston has also previously represented Goodyear Tires in the Northwest and Central U.S.

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