Excellance Inc. Announces Attendance at the ISSA Conference and Kentucky EMS Conference & Expo

Excellance Inc. Announces Attendance at the ISSA Conference and Kentucky EMS Conference & Expo

Press Release Sep 22, 2016

Excellance Inc., manufacturer of high quality custom ambulances and emergency vehicles, today announced its presence at the Illinois State Ambulance Association Annual (ISSA) Conference, and the Kentucky EMS Conference & Expo.

The Kentucky EMS Conference & Expo is taking place in the Lexington Convention Center in Lexington, Kentucky from September 20-23, 2016. The ISSA Conference will be held at the Peoria Marriott Pere Marquette in downtown Peoria, Illinois from September 21–23, 2016. Excellance, Inc. has a booth and unit at both events for anyone wishing to learn more about the company and its products. 

For more information about Excellance's presence at the ISSA Conference and Kentucky EMS Conference & Expo, please contact Excellance PR Manager Amanda Dyar at 800/882-9799 or visit www.excellance.com.

About Excellance, Inc.

Excellance, Inc. has manufactured top-of-the-line modular ambulances since 1975. As one of the oldest and most respected manufacturers of emergency vehicles in the world, its reputation for outstanding quality and value are well-known throughout the ambulance industry. Since inception, the company's stated goal has been to produce the finest quality emergency medical and rescue vehicles available in the marketplace. Today, the company continues its proud tradition of manufacturing the finest premium quality emergency vehicles in world.

 

 

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