A Salina-based mobility products manufacturer will host an event celebrating its employees and customers.
ElDorado Mobility will host a Customer Appreciation event this Thursday from 11am – 2pm at its Salina manufacturing facility located at 1655 Wall Street.
Activities will include a luncheon for all employees and customers plus tours of the manufacturing facility and special VIP guests including Mark Zach, founder of Mobility for Humanity, a non-profit organization providing mobility transportation for individuals with disabilities. To date, 12 vehicles have been provided to deserving families through generous donations to this organization.
“We are excited to gather together in celebration of our employees and our customers,” commented Matt Ford, president of ElDorado Mobility. “ElDorado Mobility wouldn’t be here if it weren’t for our dedicated employees, and we’d like to thank them all for their continued support. We’re focused on our mission to help our customers, to answer questions, to listen and to provide the best possible mobility answers. We are honored to be part of their lives.”
ElDorado Mobility was founded in 1956 in southern California and produced the first cab-over pickup truck camper. The company began manufacturing of commercial cutaway buses in Minneapolis, Kansas in 1979 and has become the largest volume producer of commercial buses in North America.
ElDorado has been manufacturing mobility products for 14 years at its facility in Salina. The company is owned by Allied Specialty Vehicles(ASV), the largest manufacturer in North America of emergency vehicles and small buses, as well as the leading manufacturer of terminal trucks, recreation vehicles and street sweepers.