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AdaptaVan, LLC Expands National Availability of Wheelchair-Accessible Vans
Date:3/25/2009

CLARENCE, N.Y., March 25 /PRNewswire/ -- AdaptaVan, LLC has announced partnerships with seven new dealers that expand the nationwide offering of its customized wheelchair-accessible vans throughout 18 states.

The company has signed dealer agreements with Emmett Koelsch Coaches, Inc. of Oregon City, Ore.; Advanced Wheels of Technology, Inc. of East Granby, Conn.; Superior Chevrolet, Inc. of Cincinnati, Ohio; Autotronics of Bangor, Maine; Main Mobility, Inc. of Clarence, N.Y.; J. Bussani, Inc. of Bethpage, N.Y.; and Wright-Way Inc. of Garland, Texas.

These new partnerships expand the company's national footprint in 18 states including Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, New York, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Texas, Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Idaho, Washington, Oregon and Alaska.

"Our unwavering commitment to the needs of physically challenged and disabled individuals led us to offer AdaptaVan on a national level," said Tom Lorentz, president and founder of AdaptaVan, LLC. "There are many non-profit organizations nationwide seeking safe, high-quality and reliable vans for people with special transportation requirements."

The AdaptaVan wheelchair accessible van is built on the extended wheelbase Chevrolet Express/GMC Savana Passenger Van Chassis. Main Mobility -- builder of the AdaptaVan -- was selected as a General Motors "Special Vehicle Manufacturer" in 2008. In addition to Main Mobility's manufacturing operation, the company markets and sells the AdaptaVan in upstate New York through its marketing arm, AdaptaVan LLC, which was created in 2007.

"This year's focus is on company growth by meeting the mobility needs of our important customer audience," commented Richard Middaugh, sales manager for AdaptaVan. "Our goals are to consistently increase our production, workforce and dealer network to provide our customers with the safest wheelchair-accessible van on the market."

About AdaptaVan, LLC

AdaptaVan, LLC is a national sales and marketing organizations created exclusively for the promotion and distribution of AdaptaVan wheelchair accessible vehicles throughout North America. For more information visit www.adaptavan.com or call (877) 759-8261.

About Main Mobility, Inc.

Main Mobility -- builder of the AdaptaVan -- is the paratransit industry's leading innovator in creating wheelchair accessible vans that enhance the lifestyles of physically challenged and disabled individuals. An exclusive General Motors Special Vehicle Manufacturer, Main Mobility has been serving the transportation needs of non-profit organizations, federal, state and local government agencies, accessible transportation providers, health and human service organizations, and educational institutions for more than 25 years. For more visit www.mainmobility.com or call (866) 759-6811.


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