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A-Z Bus Sales Announces New Sales Manager for their Pre-Owned Bus Division

COLTON, Ca. (June 30, 2014) — A-Z Bus Sales, Inc., a leading provider of transportation and fire apparatus solutions, announced today that Jerry Locken has re-joined A-Z Bus Sales as Sales Manager for the Pre-Owned Bus Sales Department. Jerry’s responsibilities include leading the Pre-Owned Bus Division, increasing sales, and gaining market share.

Jerry joins the A-Z Bus Sales family after successfully managing a used bus business for a local competitor as Sales Manager. Jerry was responsible for developing business and increasing sales 1500% over the past twelve years. His territory included California, the United States and International Markets. Prior to that, Jerry worked for A-Z Bus Sales in the used bus department as a salesman in Colton. He brings accomplished competencies in the areas of sales leadership, new business development, used vehicle procurement, process improvement, and team-building. “I’m happy to be back home,” Jerry stated. “I’ve learned a lot over the years and look forward to bringing my expertise and leadership back to a place where I call home”.

“Jerry has a strong passion for customer service, is a savvy business person, and has built a reputation for doing what’s right,” said Leo Lovato, VP Sales and Marketing. “He will be a terrific match with A-Z’s Core Values and our vision for growth. We look forward to Jerry building the A-Z Pre-Owned bus business.”

Jerry is based out of the Colton, California corporate offices. He lives with his wife, Tina in Chino Hills. They both enjoy traveling to their vacation home along the coast in Baja California. They also enjoy spending time in Southern California’s desert, camping and participating in off-road recreational activities.

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