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Prevost Executives Take On New Roles To Help Grow Brand

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Posted on January 29, 2020

Jean Berube and Brad Wiese of Prevost. (photos: Prevost)

Jean Berube and Brad Wiese of Prevost. (photos: Prevost)

ST. CLAIRE, Quebec --- Prevost announced Jan. 16 new roles for several key executives as it makes changes to its organization to enhance customer relationships and grow its brand.  

Brad Wiese has joined the team as vice president of North American new coach sales, bringing more than 25 years of experience in managing sales teams. New coach regional sales managers and sales directors will report to Wiese.  

“Brad's excellent business acumen and entrepreneurial spirit will be great assets in our partnerships with our customers,” said Prevost General Manager Francois Tremblay.

Jean Berube will hold the position of senior director of strategic planning and brand management.  Berube has more than 23 years of experience in the development of corporate strategies and business plans.

“Jean is another excellent addition to Prevost,” Tremblay said. “His expertise in the development and introduction of new products will be essential in the plans we have for our product offerings in the coming years.”

Jack Forbes of Prevost.

Jack Forbes of Prevost.

Prevost veteran Jack Forbes takes his experience and customer relationship management skills  to a new role where he will be responsible for corporate accounts and continuing to manage public sector sales.

“We believe these changes will allow us to be more responsive to our customers’ needs, which is always our first and most important priority," Tremblay said.

Prevost is a leading manufacturer of premium intercity touring coaches and the world leader in the production of conversion coaches for high-end motorhome and specialty conversion. As part of the Volvo Group, it has access to the financial strength, research capability, and manufacturing expertise of the group. The Volvo Group is a global manufacturer of heavy-duty diesel engines. Prevost has its main manufacturing facilities in Sainte-Claire, Quebec, Canada and 19 parts and service centers in the U.S. and Canada.

Source: Prevost news release

Related Topics: bus manufacturers, executive changes, motorcoaches, Prevost

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