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PacLease Opens Three Locations in Southern U.S.

Mon December 03, 2007 - Southeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

PACCAR Leasing Company (PacLease) continues its North American franchise network expansion with the addition of three new full-service lease locations in Tennessee, Georgia and South Carolina.

The new PacLease locations are operated by Arscott PacLease, which also has PacLease locations in Baltimore, Md., and Richmond, Va.

For John Arscott, president of Arscott PacLease, adding additional locations provides the ability to better serve customers’ needs in the south.

“We are extremely pleased about the expansion of our leasing operations into the rapidly growing southeast region,” said Arscott. “Through PacLease we are able to provide a level of flexibility, product quality, and personalized service that is unmatched in the leasing industry. Our growth into these new markets will further enhance our ability to provide exceptional service and innovative solutions to current and future customers alike.”

PacLease President Bob Southern said demand for leased vehicles in the Knoxville, Chattanooga and Greenville markets is growing.

“The addition of these locations will give us another avenue to provide further support to our customer base,” he said. “We pride ourselves on taking care of our customers and we are looking forward to serving them.”

The new locations are:

• PacLease of Knoxville, 5218 Rutledge Pike, Knoxville, Tenn.

• PacLease of Chattanooga, 21 Candy Lane, Ringgold, Ga.

• PacLease of Greenville, 2605 River Road, Piedmont, S.C.

PacLease provides customized full-service leasing programs and truck rentals for customers in a wide variety of industries.

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