John Scullin Joins Demers Ambulances

John Scullin Joins Demers Ambulances

Press Release Nov 30, 2011

November 9, 2011 - Beloeil, Quebec – Demers Ambulances, one of North America’s largest and oldest ambulance manufacturers and the Canadian leader, is proud to announce that John Scullin has joined the Demers Ambulances Sales Team on November 9. Mr. Scullin will assume the position of Central Regional Sales Manager and will be responsible for both dealer development and direct retail sales in the Central Region of United States.

“We are privileged to welcome someone of John’s experience and background to our team,” says Ben R. Lafortune, Executive Vice President of Demers Ambulances. “John has been in the emergency industry for over 20 years. Being himself an emergency responder and an emergency vehicle sales consultant for many years, he knows exactly what EMS owners, paramedics and customers are expecting from an ambulance manufacturer. John will be of great contribution to Demers in our quest to consistently offer the best ambulances and to exceed our customers’ expectations and needs,” adds Mr. Lafortune.

In his early career, Mr. Scullin started as an EMT and became a paramedic in 1992. He started his career in Emergency Vehicle Sales in 1997 and worked for an ambulance manufacturer during this time. For the last six(6) years he was Chief of Emergency Medical Service in Missouri. He is a person involved and currently serves as a member of different board related to the EMS service.

Demers Ambulances has been focusing a significant portion of its sales efforts on the United States market for the last 6 years, developing new products specifically to serve the needs of the U.S. market. John will help us acquaint all providers in the Central Region with a knowledge and understanding of the entire Demers Ambulances product line-up.

Based in De Soto MO, John can be reached at 314.393.6800

About Demers Ambulances

Demers Ambulances is the Canadian leader in ambulance design, manufacture and distribution and one of the largest firms in North America. 2010 marks 50 years of success for Demers, with more than 15,000 ambulances sold to customers in over 20 countries. With advanced products that consistently meet and exceed expectations of emergency services specialists around the world, Demers Ambulances is recognized as an innovator in ambulance engineering, introducing and perfecting details that keep paramedics and occupants safe while meeting today’s global challenges.

Accredited by the National Truck Equipment Association (NTEA) in the USA within their “MEMBER VERIFICATION PROGRAM”, by DOT and by Transport Canada and also recognized as a “QUALIFIED VEHICLES MODIFIER” (QVM) by the Ford Motor Company, Demers Ambulances meets the highest standards in the industry. To learn more about Demers Ambulances, visit

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