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Manufacturer Reports Solid Orders, Backlog of Custom Chassis and Emergency Vehicles

September 3, 2002

Spartan Motors, Inc. and its subsidiaries will introduce a new rescue vehicle and fire truck cab, and display some of their latest emergency vehicle innovations during the Fire-Rescue International (FRI) Conference and Exhibition, which begins tomorrow in Kansas City, Mo.The Charlotte, MI-based manufacturer of custom rescue vehicles and heavy-duty chassis plans to unveil its new Homeland series of heavy rescue vehicles, as well as a new "classic" look for its custom fire truck cabs, to more than 15,000 fire service professionals from across the country during the three-day show. Spartan Motors, which has reported strong orders and backlog of its custom fire trucks, ambulances and chassis throughout 2002, will also display their best-selling new technology and vehicles during FRI, which is sponsored by the International Association of Fire Chiefs.
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