|Kyrish Truck Centers to Celebrate 40th Anniversary|
|By: Phineas Gray|
|Posted on : April 26, 2016 Views : 421|
Austin, Texas, April 19, 2016: Kyrish Truck Centers is pleased to announce the upcoming 40th anniversary of its first dealership, which opened in Austin, Texas. Ed Kyrish purchased the Austin International Harvester branch in 1976, which has since become Longhorn International. As they celebrate their 40th year of business, Kyrish Truck Centers have grown to include 11 truck dealerships, seven Idealease locations, three school bus dealerships and one government group.
The celebration will take place this summer 2016, at the Austin location (4711 East 7th Street). The complete details of the event will be announced in the upcoming months, on their website.
In 1950, Ed Kyrish started out as an accounting clerk with International Harvester. By 1976, he had purchased the Austin International branch through working with the DealCor program. In 1982, he opened the Santex Truck Center in San Antonio, Texas, and just five years later, the Olympic International branch was opened in Houston. In 1990, Kyrish opened his first Longhorn Bus Sales facility. Finally, in 2006, the Longhorn Regional Service Center became the state-wide service you know today, tailored to medium and heavy-duty truck services.
Interested in learning about their 40 years in the business? Find out more by visiting the Kyrish Truck Centers website or by calling 512-389-1111.
About Kyrish Truck Centers: Kyrish Truck Centers was founded in 1976 by Ed Kyrish. What started as a single facility has grown to more than 600 employees, 11 truck dealerships, seven Idealease locations and three IC bus locations today. The company has won numerous awards over the years, including Navistar Dealer of the Year (1999) and ATD Dealer of the Year (2002). They continue to provide medium, heavy and severe-duty service trucks, at the 110+ acres of land all of their locations combine together.
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|In 1950, Ed Kyrish started out as an accounting clerk with International Harvester. By 1976, he had purchased the Austin International branch through working with the DealCor program.|