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Crestline announced as Ontario Dealer for ElDorado National-Kansas

SASKATOON, SASKATCHEWAN -- (Marketwired) -- 07/24/14 -- Crestline Coach Ltd. is pleased to announce the expansion of the partnership with ElDorado National-Kansas to serve the province of Ontario. The announcement means that Crestline is the source for ElDorado National-Kansas products across Canada, from the Maritimes to Alberta.

Steven Brown, Crestline's Director, Business Development - Bus Division, stated, "The team at Crestline is delighted to welcome ElDorado National-Kansas into our product line up for Ontario. The addition of their products further enhances our ability to provide the best selection of buses for the Municipal, Health, Shuttle, Retirement Communities, Tour and Charter market places. With the addition of the ElDorado National-Kansas product line, Crestline has very best solutions for our customers in Ontario."

Crestline prides itself in being a solutions based provider, with a broad product line and local service personnel that meet a wide variety of customer needs. Crestline has two dedicated sales consultants in Ontario, located in Barrie and London, one mobile service representative who operates a fully stocked service vehicle to support even the most remote customers, and numerous authorized service centers throughout the province.

This announcement highlights the already strong relationship between ElDorado National-Kansas and Crestline Coach, and this expansion to the Ontario market will see both companies benefit with continued growth, adding the ability to serve a greater number of customers in a variety of segments.

About Crestline Coach Ltd.

For 39 years Crestline Coach Ltd. has been a leader and innovator in the specialty vehicle industry offering a wide range of tailored solutions to meet customer needs in over 30 countries around the world. Founded in 1975 and headquartered in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Crestline has established itself as Canada's only nation-wide bus dealer and leading supplier of transit, tour, shuttle and accessible buses. Crestline also manufactures the safest and most advanced ambulances and specialty emergency vehicles offered in the industry. Crestline is very proud of its reputation for quality products, strong after sales service, and sound business ethics. Visit www.crestlinecoach.com for more information.

About ElDorado National-Kansas

ElDorado National-Kansas, a subsidiary of Allied Specialty Vehicles, Inc. (ASV), manufactures light- and medium-duty commercial buses and disabled conversion vehicles for public transit/paratransit, airport, parking, hotel/resort, group tour, assisted living, church and university transportation markets. Every vehicle produced at the company's 252,000 square foot, ISO 9001 certified facility in Salina, Kansas has met a comprehensive set of quality, performance and safety standards to meet all applicable CMVSS requirements for ensuring safe and reliable service. Backed by one of the largest and most trusted dealer networks in North America, ElDorado National-Kansas has hundreds of available seating configurations and dozens of optional features for accommodating any design request. For more information, visit www.ks.enconline.com. For more information about ASV, visit www.alliedsv.com.

Contacts:
For market and product inquiries contact:
Steven Brown
Director, Business Development - Bus Division
Crestline Coach Ltd.
Toll Free: 1 (888) 887-6886
[email protected]

For media inquiries contact:
Kelli Thomson
Marketing & Communications Advisor
Crestline Coach Ltd.
Toll Free: 1 (888) 887-6886
[email protected]

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