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Ford Presents Starcraft Bus with Prestigious Director’s Award for 13th Consecutive Year

ELKHART, Ind. — At Ford’s recent Fleet Preview and Pool Account Meeting in Denver, Colorado, Starcraft Bus received the Director’s Award for being the top volume bus manufacturer for 2018.

David Wright, president of Forest River Bus, stated, “We are honored once again to receive this award from Ford. They continue to provide outstanding products and services year after year.  But we know these awards wouldn’t be possible without our outstanding employees and loyal dealers throughout the country. This award is a testimony to their hard work and dedication.”

Jay Nine, general sales manager for Starcraft Bus, added, “Ford is the leader when it comes to providing innovative solutions to the ever-changing bus industry. It’s been exciting to see our relationship with Ford continue to grow and we look forward to partnering with Ford for many years to come.”

About Starcraft Bus

Starcraft Bus, a division of Forest River, Inc. and owned by Berkshire Hathaway, designs and builds its buses in Goshen, Indiana. Starcraft Bus has a rich history of manufacturing expertise and dedication to customer satisfaction, building small to midsize shuttle buses for both the public and private transportation markets. Offering affordable options to a wide range of users, such as hotels, churches, retirement centers and transit companies, Starcraft Bus is North America’s largest shuttle bus manufacturer.

About Forest River

Forest River, Inc. is one of America’s leading manufacturers of recreational vehicles, pontoon boats, cargo trailers and buses.

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