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“As an existing sales and service representative for Sutphen, Legacy Fire Apparatus will have a seamless introduction to Iowa,” said Sutphen’s director of sales and marketing, Zach Rudy. “With Legacy Fire Apparatus already serving as a Sutphen Tier 1 dealer, we know that its investment in the Iowa community will be extremely successful.” Headquartered outside of Chicago, Illinois, Legacy Fire Apparatus recently opened a 5,000-square-foot satellite service and operations center in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Within this satellite location, Legacy Fire Apparatus will house its Iowa sales staff and offer extensive apparatus service work. “We are taking this opportunity to invest in the firefighters, communities, and people of Iowa,” said owner of family-owned Legacy Fire Apparatus, Ben Brown. “By committing ourselves to Iowa, we will bring Sutphen apparatus and our extensive service capabilities to departments across the state.” Brown, a lifelong firefighter, continued by saying that he is excited to add additional industry veterans and experience to his team. He will bring to his team Kent Clasen as his Iowa fire apparatus sales manager and other industry veterans to help represent the complete Sutphen brand. Fourth-generation president of family-owned Sutphen Corporation, Drew Sutphen, said that the expansion of Legacy Fire Apparatus into Iowa creates a great opportunity for both businesses. https://www.legacyfireapparatus.com/ For more information regarding Sutphen as a company, follow this link here: https://www.sutphen.com/.