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Georgia Becomes 29th State to Join WSCA Contract

August 06, 2009

ATLANTA - Georgia has joined the Western States Contracting Alliance (WSCA), making it the 29th state to join the multistate contract titled vehicle lifts and related garage equipment. This competitively bid, multisourced contract includes all types of vehicle lifts, tire changers, wheel balancers, alignment machines, brake lathes, brake test equipment, and exhaust evacuation equipment.

The WSCA contract only permits vehicle lifts that have been ALI/ETL certified to pass the nationally recognized safety standard for vehicle lifts. The WSCA contract has terms and conditions that guarantee the lowest government pricing, and include delivery with installation available as part of the contract.

Visit and click any state. Any state or city can become a part of this multi-state contract to take advantage of the best government prices.


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