Marque Ambulance Launches New Website

Marque Ambulance Launches New Website

Press Release Dec 03, 2012

Marque Ambulance, an Elkhart-based ambulance manufacturer, proudly announces the launch of its new website. The newly designed web site creates a more brand consistent, aesthetically pleasing look, intuitive navigation and new content.

After extensive research and important fact-finding interviews with our dealers, we discovered it was beneficial to include additional pages with model descriptions and a showroom of completed ambulances.

Main features of the new site include:

  • Dealer locator
  • Product descriptions, specs with literature downloads
  • Recent deliveries
  • Photo gallery
  • Tradeshow listing
  • Secured dealer log-in
  • Social media link to Facebook

Marque Ambulance was founded in 1990 and has been manufacturing custom ambulances ever since. In March of 2010, Thor Industries, the world’s largest manufacturer of recreational vehicles and major builder of commercial buses, purchased Marque Ambulance. In the fall of 2011, Marque Ambulance was moved to an expanded, newly renovated facility with state of the art equipment. We are dedicated to providing purely custom ambulances, based on your needs. Marque manufactures Type I, II and III ambulances offering flexibility in design and construction of the body, cabinetry and electrical systems. For more information and to learn more about Marque Ambulance, visit marqueambulance.com.

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