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Monday, 09 June 2014 10:17

kendall-leonardBERGEN, N.Y. – The team at Leonard Bus Sales works hard every day to make sure their school district partners get the best support possible, which includes award-winning service. So it’s nice when a district goes out of its way to recognize the effort.

That’s what happened recently when a representative from Kendall Central School District stopped by the Leonard Bus Sales Bergen facility to return a bus loaned to the school while another bus was serviced. Kendall Head Mechanic Scott Nundy presented the Leonard Bus Sales team with a “Certificate of Appreciation” from the school.

“Scott was very appreciative of all that we do to provide them with the highest level of service,” said Bergen Operations Manager Kevin Toal. “He told us that no one does it better than Leonard Bus from the moment the phone is answered till the buses are delivered and the service work completed.”

Toal and the rest of the Bergen team want to thank Scott and Kendall Central School District for the certificate, and for again showing that all their hard work is appreciated and well worth it.

About Leonard Bus Sales, Inc. 

Leonard Bus Sales is owned and operated by the Leonard family, a recognized leader in the distribution and support of quality, environmentally-friendly school and commercial buses.  A third generation family-owned business, Leonard Bus Sales has nearly 50 years of experience providing cost-saving fleet management and award-winning customer support. Leonard Bus Sales is a leading-distributor of IC Bus brand buses in Upstate New York. The company also distributes Type-A school and commercial buses from Trans Tech throughout New York and Type-A commercial buses from Champion Bus in Upstate New York. For more information, visit www.leonardbus.com.

Photo caption: Leonard Bus Sales Operations Manager Kevin Toal receives the certificate from Kendall Central School Head Mechanic Scott Nundy and Bergen Office Manager Kathie Dionese.

Last Updated on Monday, 09 June 2014 11:38