Great Dane Trailers Opens New Dealer Location in Arizona

Great Dane Trailers has announced the addition of Superstition Trailers to its North American distribution network. Headquartered in Phoenix, Ariz., Superstition Trailers has two locations in Tucson and two locations in Phoenix to provide the region with trailer sales, parts and service.

"We partnered with Superstition Trailers in order to better serve Great Dane customers in Arizona and the southwest market. " said Chris Hammond, vice president of Dealer Sales, Great Dane Trailers. "We are very excited they have decided to join us. It is a first-class organization that will be a significant asset to our company."

Mark Otto, owner of Superstition Trailers, said "Becoming a Great Dane dealer is a great benefit for us. We have always prided ourselves in offering the highest quality trailers, parts and service. With Great Dane, we look forward to continuing this commitment."

Under Otto's direction, along with his brother and partner Alan, Superstition Trailers has grown from a single location in 1994 to become the region's top distributor of trailers, parts and service. The company employs more than 125 staff members and recently completed the renovation of a 43,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility in Phoenix. In addition to Great Dane's complete product line, sales manager Tom Meissner and his team of seven salespeople also represent a variety of other markets, including tanks, dump trailers, lowboys and agricultural equipment.

Superstition's service department is fully equipped to handle all types of trailer repair, fabrication and installation, while also offering certified brake and federal inspection as well as mobile repair service.

Superstition Trailers' headquarters is located at 1564 N. Alma School Rd. in Mesa, Ariz. and at www.stlaz.com

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