Braun Industries Announces New Ambulance Dealer

Braun Industries Announces New Ambulance Dealer

Press Release Jan 28, 2013

Van Wert, OH - Braun Industries is excited to announce that Emergency Equipment Professionals will be representing the brand in Alabama and Mississippi.

Previously, Mississippi was an open territory covered by Braun direct. The custom emergency vehicle manufacturer is pleased to offer enhanced service to their existing customer base in the region through the partnership with Emergency Equipment Professionals, as they will serve as a Braun Authorized Service Center. They are also looking forward to expanding the brand and obtaining new ambulance customers with the help of the local dealership.

"Always seeking out new and better ways to serve the emergency vehicle market, Braun is truly excited about our partnership with Emergency Equipment Professionals. As a family-owned and operated company, we instantly found common ground with EEP. Under the leadership of husband and wife team, Jeff and Mary Kuntz, we identified with their commitment to selling high quality products and offering the highest level of customer service before and after the sale. We know they stand by their word and will work hard to find the right ambulance to meet their customers' needs and budgets. We believe Braun ambulances are the perfect complement to their existing lines, and we are energized by the opportunity to work with them to grow the Braun brand in Alabama and Mississippi," says Braun VP of Sales & Marketing, Chad Brown.

When considering to take on the Braun ambulance line, owner of Emergency Equipment Professionals, Jeff Kuntz, had the following to say: "Braun seemed to be very customer focused and committed to building the best product. Also, the construction methods that Braun uses to build its ambulances are similar to what we are familiar with through Pierce fire apparatus. We pride ourselves on selling quality products. After looking at the Braun product line and visiting the manufacturing facility, we decided that Braun would be a good fit for our company. They allow us to have continuity in our sales efforts by offering the best in the market. The process to come onboard has been excellent. Once again, it is very evident that quality and customers drive what Braun does. We look forward to working with them and growing together in our territory."

Emergency Equipment Professionals is excited to offer high quality, custom ambulances through their dealer agreement with Braun Industries. They believe that the Braun Chief XL and Liberty models will be the best received in the region. They are good, solid emergency vehicles that feature countless customization options. EEP Apparatus Sales Manager, Brian Lee, will be working hard to assist customers in finding the best Braun ambulance model to serve their community. The dealership also offers exceptional service through their in-shop maintenance and full mobile capabilities to keep customers up and running.

About Emergency Equipment Professionals

Emergency Equipment Professionals was established in 2011 when an existing company, Pro-Equipment, LLC, was divided among partners. Owner, Jeff Kuntz, has extensive experience in the Fire & EMS Industry. He has served personally as a first responder since 1980. Aside from carrying the complete lineup of Braun ambulances, Emergency Equipment Professionals is an authorized dealer for Pierce fire apparatus and Scott Safety products, among other brands. The company is committed to serving customer needs in Alabama and Mississippi, offering an exceptional level of dedication and customer service to each project they undertake. For more information, visit

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™ IV Multiplex Electrical Control System, and the VitalMax™ Lighting System. The lineup includes six models, the award-winning Signature Series, Patriot, Super Chief, Chief XL, Liberty and Express. 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

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