With more than 40 years experience in the service and sales of specialty vehicles, E-ONE is excited to appoint Mid-South Emergency Equipment as the new dealer for the state of Tennessee.
“Mid-South has a great reputation as both a bus dealer and service center along with a strong history of providing excellent customer service after the sale,” said George Logan, vice president of commercial operations for E-ONE. “Their eagerness and determination to expand into the fire and emergency market makes Mid-South a perfect fit for our new dealer model and we look forward to a long, prosperous relationship with Mid-South.”
Founded in 1972, Mid-South quickly became the bus dealer of choice with a reputation for selling quality equipment at a fair price while providing the best service in the business.
“We plan on utilizing the same service-after-the-sale philosophy in the Emergency Equipment division that has made Mid-South Bus extremely successful for more than 40 years,” said Drake Earnest, the manager of Mid-South’s new Emergency Equipment division.
As management researched growth opportunities, Mid-South decided to diversify its product offering and felt both the fire service and E-ONE were a perfect fit.
“There are similar components and parts as well as our familiarity in working with municipalities, so expanding into the fire industry provided a seamless opportunity,” Earnest said. “E-ONE is well-managed with solid financials and every vendor or emergency apparatus customer we spoke with commended E-ONE for their quality and also felt the organization was on the rise – getting better and better.”
Located in Murfreesboro, 30 miles south of Nashville, Mid-South boasts an 8-bay service center, an 8,000-square-foot parts warehouse with staff members dedicated to emergency apparatus, three mobile service units and a knowledgeable sales team to walk customers through their purchase before, during and after the sale.
To learn more about E-ONE or Mid-South Emergency Equipment, visit www.E-ONE.com or www.MidSouthEmergency.com.