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Prevost names new coach regional sales manager

Posted on September 21, 2018

Prevost announced the addition of highly respected 19-year veteran, Dale Paziuk to the new coach sales team. Paziuk stepped into his newest position as new coach regional sales manager, Western Canada and Northwestern U.S. in early September.

Paziuk resides in Ladner, B.C., and is very familiar with his territory that includes British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba Provinces, and dips into Washington, Idaho, Oregon, Montana, and Wyoming in the lower 48 of the U.S.

Paziuk joined Prevost in 1999, beginning as a field service representative serving the Northwest, after working several years for other organizations within the bus and coach industry.

“I couldn’t have asked for a better, more thorough introduction to Prevost,” said Paziuk. “Traveling extensively through this large territory has provided so many excellent opportunities to talk to many owner-operators. My work during those years was primarily with the mechanics and technicians performing maintenance and training on their coaches.”

When the company opened its Prevost Service Center in 2010 in the Delta area near Vancouver, B.C., Paziuk was called up to fill the branch manager position. During his six-year tenure he assisted with the expansion of the facility and oversaw its eventual relocation to the current, larger six-bay facility in Richmond.

In 2016, he moved into parts sales as regional sales manager, Northwest, which took him further north into his new territory that included Alaska; a move that further prepared him for his current role in new coach sales.

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