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CCG/FASTER Gains Three Colorado Sites

July 23, 2008

NORFOLK, VA – The City of Lakewood, the Town of Parker, and West Metro Fire Rescue in Colorado have purchased CCG Systems, Inc.’s FASTER fleet management system for implementation. 

 

To replace their in-house system, the City took advantage of piggybacking off a CCG contract to purchase FASTER to better manage their fleet. And in an effort to meet their core values of commitment, innovation, integrity, and teamwork, the Town of Parker has partnered with CCG Systems, Inc. to achieve these goals.

West Metro Fire Rescue, with five ASE/EVT Certified Technicians experienced with all makes and models of emergency vehicles, is available to provide fleet maintenance services to other agencies through a flat or contracted rate.  

For more information, about the call Allan Richardson (West Coast) and/or M. Lynn Stuart (East Coast) at (800) 753-2783 or e-mail [email protected].

 

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