May 15, 2014
At the same time, the company unveiled a new identity and will soon be showing a fully redesigned website. The company’s ownership and staff have not changed.
“As part of our continued expansion and commitment to serving customers, my leadership team believes it’s appropriate to rebrand our company to better reflect what we do,” says Ron Meyering, president. “All of our services and proven brands are backed by the same experienced team and bring the same confident approach to the industry that our customers rely on.”
“We are really excited about introducing the new name and branding. The change to M&K Truck Centers is the shift in corporate strategy we needed take on a stronger vision across our locations. People have come to trust M&K and we’re hopeful that the new name will bring awareness to all our services offered, not just the sales aspect,” says Kirby Shotwell, the company’s marketing coordinator.
Immediate steps to launch the new branding for the company include the introduction of the new name and identity, the company says. The new brand insignia will be rolled out in 2014 by all M&K locations.
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