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Spartan Motors to display premier pumper innovations

Spartan Motors to display premier pumper innovations

CHARLOTTE, Mich. — Spartan Emergency Response will showcase two of its premiere pumper innovations, the Custom Rearmount and Wildland Urban Interface, on emergency response vehicles at Firehouse World at the San Diego Convention Center in California, March 4 – 8.

“We are pleased to return to Firehouse World with two custom California pumpers, demonstrating how Spartan’s responsive designs better enable West-Coast firefighting,” said Daryl Adams, president and chief executive officer, Spartan Motors. “The conference offers Spartan an incredible opportunity to connect with current and prospective customers, better understand their unique challenges, and innovate accordingly.”

Showcased in Spartan’s booth 1004 will be two California apparatus; Rancho Santa Fe Fire Protection District’s, Custom Rearmount Pumper, and Lakeside Fire Protection District’s Wildland Urban Interface Pumper.

Spartan Motors is represented by its dealer teams in Southern California, Southern Nevada, and Arizona through Emergency Vehicle Group, Inc. and in Northern California through Fire Apparatus Solutions.

Firehouse World features thousands of firefighters, chiefs, captains, and lieutenants; training; reviews; and exhibits on the latest gear and equipment in the emergency response industry. The annual conference is hosted by Firehouse World magazine. For more information, visit www.firehouseworld.com.

SOURCE: Spartan Motors press release

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Rebecca Smith is a Wisconsin native currently living in Illinois with her husband, Eric, and two dogs, Maggie and Grace. She enjoys hiking, biking, kayaking and, of course, camping in cabins and park models.

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