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Diamond’s Topeka location celebrates anniversary

Successful Dealer Staff October 3, 2013

Diamond TopekaDiamond International of Topeka is celebrating its 30th anniversary as a full-service International commercial truck dealership this year.

To honor the milestone, the dealership held a luncheon for more than 200 customers, employees and special guests at the historic Heritage Hall in Topeka, Kansas on Sept. 20, 2013.

“We celebrate the customers and employees of Diamond International of Topeka and the business we have created together,” says Richard Sweebe, president and CEO, Diamond Companies. “Our business philosophy is to offer a Higher Standard of Value to the marketplace and the communities we serve. This is the key to our past success and it is our beacon for the future.”

Diamond International of Topeka says it provides parts and service support as well as sales of commercial trucks and school buses for the northeast Kansas market. The location employs 25 people and has technicians working two shifts in 12 service bays.  The dealership is open Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.

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