MONTREAL, Jan. 7 /CNW Telbec/ - With over a dozen employees, Campagna
Motors is now settled into its new 24,000-ft2 facilities, set up to meet the
demand that just keeps coming despite rough economic times. Indeed, since
September 2008, the company has produced more than 30 T-REX units. Campagna
now has seven new dealers in the United States and has just signed a deal in
Japan with a network of 16 dealers. Negotiations are also underway for the
European and Middle Eastern markets.
"Our production is on the right track. Since we announced our purchase of
the company, the orders just keep coming," says David Neault.
Indeed, since Cirbin's acquisition of the T-REX assets in 2008, André
Morissette, CEO, and David Neault, COO, have overhauled the company, newly
baptized Campagna Motors, and built a solid and effective team. Expertly
recruiting the best of players, they have re-launched Campagna and revved that
"We've worked hard over the past year to give the company a new start.
We've been careful to do things the way they should be done and never make a
promise we can't keep. So much so that in restructuring, we chose to be
totally operational before even letting people know. As planned, we're ready
to get 2009 off to a great start and T-REX fans can finally rest assured
they'll get the service they deserve," says André Morissette.
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