OBS INC. of Canton, OH recently built and delivered a beautiful new Adventure III bloodmobile to the Rotary Club of the Bahamas, where it is now serving the communities in a much-needed capacity.
Local reception has been terrific. All involved in the design, development, sponsorship and hands-0n use are very happy with the quality of the unit and the service it is now providing.
To see pictures of the unit in use and read comments from the Bahamas Rotary, click on this link:
In addition, the Canton, Ohio, Rotary Club recently published this announcement regarding OBS INC.’s Vice President, Barb Ferne’s connection to their organization:
OBS INC., located on West Tuscarawas Street, in Canton, recently delivered a bloodmobile to the Rotary Club of the Bahamas. This two bed unit was a collaborative effort between Rotary International and Rotary Clubs in Florida and Georgia. On July 16th, at our Friday meeting, Barbara Ferne and Paul Trenta, from OBS, will be showing our members how this project came to be, how the vehicle was constructed, and of course, the finished product. Barb Ferne is the daughter of long-time Canton Rotarian, Jim Lockshin and his wife Shirley.
OBS INC. is a full service Blue Bird school bus distributor, as well as a Special Purpose Vehicle upfitter. They have constructed police command units for the New York City Police Department, the EPA, Canton City Police Department, as well as bookmobiles for the Stark County Library, Massillon Public Library, Akron Public Library, and Wooster Public Library. The company is known for its design expertise and execution, and high quality craftsmanship on each of their vehicles.
For more information about the OBS INC. product line, please visit our website at www.obsinc.net for descriptions, pictures and other useful items of interest.