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Davey Coach Sales acquires Intermountain Coach

Posted on April 3, 2018

Representing over 16 manufacturers, Davey Coach Sales has been one of the leading dealers of new and used buses in North America since 1992.
Representing over 16 manufacturers, Davey Coach Sales has been one of the leading dealers of new and used buses in North America since 1992.

Davey Coach Sales and its sister company DCS America announced today the acquisition of Intermountain Coach, located in Colorado Springs, Colo.

Intermountain Coach has been a dealer and lessor of mid-size buses in the Rocky Mountain Region for over 20 years. Its robust lease and short-term rental business will be a great addition to the lease business of DCS America (dba Cornerstone Bus Leasing) and allows it to increase its service footprint to better serve clients throughout the region.

Several employees, including industry veteran Steve Francom, of Intermountain Coach will join the Davey Coach Sales team. Francom brings his 28 years of bus sales and rental experience, joining two other industry experts, CEO Tom Davey and newly appointed President/COO John Walsh.

“Steve and his team are a great addition to our core staff. Their knowledge and experience will help us fully establish our regional strength," said Walsh. "This acquisition allows us to launch into our next phase of expansion.”

"We couldn’t be more pleased to offer our full range of bus products and services to a new customer base, while growing in our existing markets,” said Davey.

Representing over 16 manufacturers, Davey Coach Sales has been one of the leading dealers of new and used buses in North America since 1992.

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