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Southeastern Specialty Vehicles Announces New Hires

Territory Expands with Addition of Richard Duncan, Jim Dunn and Eric Snyder


 
 


See Southeastern Emergency Equipment, in Product Connect | Tuesday, April 17, 2012


Wake Forest, NC – Donald Pleasants, CEO of Southeastern Specialty Vehicles, a producer of ambulance remounts, rescue vehicles and specialty vehicles, announced that Richard Duncan, Jim Dunn and Eric Snyder are new members of the sales team.

Richard Duncan resides in Narrows, VA and is a life member of Giles Lifesaving and Rescue Squad. He has received awards such as the Crew Member of the Year and Junior Advisor of the Year. He holds certifications in EVOC, CPR, Diver, HAZmat Awareness and NIMS 100, 200, 700 and 800. Richard will join the SSV team in ambulance sales in the state of Virginia. He will be representing Hackney Rescue Trucks, McCoy Miller, Medix and SSV Remounts. Richard can be contacted at 540.599.3217 or richard.duncan@ssvsales.com.

Jim Dunn resides in Henrico, VA and is an active member of several fire and rescue advisory boards in his community. He joins our team with 35 years of experience in fire and EMS sales. Jim has several certifications including Firefighter I and II, Hazardous material operations, driver/pumper operator, aerial operator and Instructor I. Jim will be dedicating his time to Fire Truck and Rescue Truck sales in Eastern North Carolina and South Carolina. Jim will be representing Crimson and Hackney vehicles. Jim can be reached at 804.873.6190 or jim.dunn@ssvsales.com.

Eric Snyder resides in Curtis Bay, MD and is a Maryland Emergency Medical Technician and Firefighter who has made contributions to his community through many years of faithful service to the local volunteer fire department. He has been a Firefighter since 1992, an EMT since 1996 and has been in the Critical Care Transport Industry for the last 10 years. He earned well-rounded experience with the inner workings of ambulances as the head of operations at Procare Ambulance in charge of ambulance engineering for the company as well as ambulance purchasing and maintenance. He will be selling our products in Maryland and Delaware. Eric will be representing McCoy Miller and remounts in Maryland, Delaware and Virginia; Braun in Delaware; and Medix in Maryland and Virginia. Eric can be reached at 443.740.0351 or eric.snyder@ssvsales.com.

“Expansion into new territories where customers have expressed interest in our products has been needed,” said Pleasants. “It’s great that we’ve found such an experienced and knowledgeable group of new team members to help us continue to grow the business.”

For more information, visit www.ssvsales.com or call (866) 640-2028.

About Southeastern Specialty Vehicles
Southeastern Specialty Vehicles (SSV), established in 1996 in Benson, produces ambulance remounts, rescue vehicles and specialty vehicles.. Now located in Youngsville, the company is a fully operational manufacturing plant and emergency vehicle repair center, and also produces Mass Casualty and WMD Trailers for the Homeland Security Department. SSV is a Ford QVM certified ambulance remount facility, as well as a member of the National Truck Equipment Association (NTEA), the National Fire Protection Agency and the Ambulance Manufacturer's Division (AMD). SSV is also a Hackney dealer covering the areas of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Eastern Tennessee. Parts are also a primary part of SSV's business,stocking a full line of emergency vehicle accessories, such as lighting, sirens, metal, bulbs, electrical supplies, etc. For more information, visit www.ssvsales.com.




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