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Western States Contracting Alliance Renews Vehicle Lifts Contract

March 2, 2009

WASHINGTON - The State of Washington, acting as the lead state for the Western States Contracting Alliance (WSCA) contract titled vehicle lifts and related shop equipment, has renewed the contract for another two-year contract period. Twenty-six participating states are involved in this multistate procurement. The vehicle lift contract offers all types of ALI/ETL certified vehicle lifts, tire changers, wheel balancers, alignment machines, and brake service equipment.

"The WSCA lift contract has far outpaced expectations both in the number of participating states and in sales volume. The vendors have been great and this contract has been working for the WSCA organization and all participating states," said Kathie Collins, per contracting officer.

For access to this contract visit www.govlifts.com  

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