Excellance Announces Department Profile of the Month

Excellance Announces Department Profile of the Month

Press Release Jan 03, 2017

Excellance, proud manufacturer of high-quality custom ambulances and emergency vehicles, is excited to announce a new initiative beginning next year. Starting in January 2017 and continuing every month throughout the year, our company will highlight a department that we have collaborated with in building a custom unit catered to their needs.

These department profiles will offer Excellance’s clients a chance to delve deeper into our customers’ wide range of backgrounds and services they provide. The profiles will also serve to explore the unique features of the units provided to each department and what functions they perform.

Curious as to why they chose Excellance’s handcrafted vehicles with unmatched attention to detail and reliability? What exact needs did the department require? Why were those specific features chosen for that department’s custom unit? In each monthly profile those are just some of the questions we hope will provide answers in getting to know each department and Excellance a little bit better.

If that wasn’t enough, we are letting people help us choose which department will be highlighted for that month by sending in suggestions every month. The department chosen will also have its custom unit further highlighted by being featured in a calendar Excellance will be creating!

Have a department in mind that takes advantage of all Excellance has to offer? Send us your nomination right away! E-mail our PR manager at amanda@excellance.com. To learn more, visit the official website at http://www.excellance.com.

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