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Prevost retains market share lead in first quarter 2012

Prevost has retained its industry lead in market share for private sector coach sales, according to the latest motorcoach industry report. The report reveals that in the first quarter of 2012, Prevost once again held the market share lead of private sector coach sales. In addition, Prevost holds the market share lead of overall coach sales for first quarter of 2012.

“Prevost has led the way in the motorcoach industry since 1924, and during that time we have remained committed to a solid foundation,” said Prevost CEO Gaetan Bolduc. “We continue to build on that foundation year after year with a dedication to product excellence, an unsurpassed service network and a focus on our customer’s success.”

Prevost showed two of the top three coach models in the report’s list of the industry’s most popular models. The Prevost H3-45 was the second bestselling coach and the Prevost X3-45 was the third best-selling coach in first quarter 2012. Those same two models appeared in the top-three list for all of 2011.

“Prevost is defined by its premium quality, innovative solutions, and exceptional customer support network,” says Andrew Kankula, Prevost senior vice president of Sales and Marketing. “There is no better satisfaction than when operators validate the hard work and dedication of our entire Prevost team.”

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