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1977 CHEVROLET TOP MOUNT PUMPER
In marketing fire trucks to Mexico, Shustrin handles the dealmaking with Mexican officials and Kennedy uses his fire department contacts throughout the United States to find low mileage, rust free trucks.
-The Denver Post - October 9, 1995


1984 FMC ROUGHNECK PUMPER

Kennedy and Shustrin are picky about what they buy for resale. . . . Trying to pawn off overused, rusted-out trucks would be foolish business practice and ruin the opportunity for future sales in Mexico and elsewhere, Kennedy said. "I would not sell a piece of equipment that we would not use ourselves as active firefighers."
-The Denver Post - October 9. 1995


1975 PIERCE-MACK SNORKEL PLATFORM

"You have the security of knowing that references made to us regarding your company, Crestone International, Inc., we will no doubt recommend you highly for your excellent service and quality."
- Ana Lorena Gonzalez-Gurza
Chief Engineer
State of Tlaxcala, Mexico



1982 AMERICAN LAFRANCE 100 FT. AERIAL LADDER

"I have nothing but high regards for both of them. The truck we looked at was even better then they had advertised, better than we expected."
-Fire Chief Arthur Chandler
Winnfield Fire Dept.
Winnfield, LA."



1977 GMC/FMC PUMPER

Consul General Leonardo Ffrench said it helps if U.S. exporters understand the language and business culture of Mexico. "Within the Latin culture, sometimes you have to develop a friendship before you do business," he said, adding that Shustrin understands this.
-Consul General Leonardo Ffrench
Chicago, IL.


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