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Braun Industries Announces New Ambulance Model

Van Wert, OH - For over 40 years, Braun Industries has been building custom handcrafted ambulances that are "Built for Life." Today, they are excited to announce the launch of a new ambulance model called the Phil Braun Signature Series. Their newest ambulance will debut on a Chevy G3500 chassis at this year's EMS Today: The JEMS Conference & Exposition in Baltimore, MD from February 28, 2012 through March 3, 2012.

Designed based on popular requests from customers over the years, the Phil Braun Signature Series ambulance is a 150" model with an economical price tag. It is a safe, versatile vehicle that will provide an extended service life due to Braun's exclusive SolidBody™ Construction. Along with the SolidBody™ Construction, the Phil Braun Signature Series model has Braun's MasterTech Multiplex electrical system, Eberhard free floating latches, an all LED exterior lighting package, a customized interior front wall, and street side wall layout. It will be available on GM and Ford platforms.

Chad Brown, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Braun Industries, has the following to say about the new Phil Braun Signature Series model: "With the celebration of our 40th anniversary in the ambulance industry, we wanted to pay homage to our past. Phil Braun, 2nd generation President of Braun Industries, made valuable contributions not only to our company, but to the entire industry. To recognize Phil's leadership and direction, we wanted to design a new ambulance model that he would be proud to put his name on!"

To see the Phil Braun Signature Series ambulance first, visit Braun at booth #3710 at EMS Today: The JEMS Conference & Exposition. The ambulance manufacturer will also have a Braun Super Chief on a International DuraStar Chassis and a Braun Liberty on a Ram 4500 chassis on display. Exhibit hall hours at the show are open to all as follows: March 1, 2012 from 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm, March 2, 2012 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, and March 3, 2012 from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm.

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If you'd like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Chad Brown, please call Julie Overholt at 419-232-7045 or email JulieO@BraunAmbulances.com.

About Braun Industries:
Braun Industries, Inc. is a leading ambulance manufacturer that has been designing and building custom emergency vehicles that are "Built for Life" since 1972. Braun's ambulance models offer exclusive innovations such as SolidBody™ construction, the EZ-Glide™ sliding door, the MasterTech™ III Multiplex electrical control system, and the VitalMax™ Lighting System. Braun is a member of the National Truck and Equipment Association (NTEA), the Ambulance Manufacturers Division (AMD), and the National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA). The company is headquartered in a 105,000 square foot facility on 13 acres in Van Wert, OH. For more information, visit www.BraunAmbulances.com.

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