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Friday, May 24, 2024
Steve Bolin Hoekstra Commercial Products Manager Steve Bolin

Trussville, Ala. — McSweeney Designs, a fully approved MasterUpfitter for Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, recently announced the expansion of its preferred dealer network to include Hoekstra Transportation of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Under the terms of this agreement, Hoekstra will now represent the entire McSweeney Designs lineup of upscale, Sprinter-based Exec Lounge and Luxury Shuttle Bus products through its various sales channels in the Michigan and Ohio territories.  

“I am blown away by the fit and finish and shear luxury that McSweeney Designs brought to the table,” said Steve Bolin, commercial products manager for Hoekstra Transportation at the signing of the official dealer agreement. “Our customers are having the same reaction. These high-end shuttles fit perfectly into our growing corporate and luxury market segments and compliment our wide range of products we represent. Team Hoekstra is excited to have this line and to be a strategic partner with McSweeney Designs.”

Kevin Kropf, eastern region sales manager for McSweeney Designs echoed that sentiment from the manufacturer’s perspective: “With our two companies’ shared commitments to delivering the highest possible quality and value to our customers; and with Hoekstra’s stellar reputation in the industry for providing top notch customer service before, during, and after the sale; we look forward to a long a mutually prosperous relationship with Mark Hoekstra, Steve Bolin, and the entire Hoekstra Transportation team.”

Building upon the positive momentum established by its first wave of deliveries to satisfied clients, Hoekstra will stock a range of McSweeney Designs Sprinter-based products for quick delivery. As a preferred dealer, Hoekstra will also be able to leverage the strengths of McSweeney Designs’ world class, in-house design, engineering, and build teams to assist their clients in the development of custom tailored upfit solutions to uniquely suit their own upscale transportation needs, according to Kropf.

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