Fearless Flames Inc fire apparatus dealer
A little note about Chuck Miller’s philosophies, when it comes to selling an apparatus. Chuck Miller believes that if he is going to offer his customers an apparatus it will be the best apparatus he possible can. He will walk away from a deal that is not to high standards. With his back ground in apparatus service for over 30 years of working on every type and make of apparatus ever used in Georgia, andyears of writing specs, reviewing bids, apparatus options research, evaluating many manufactures vehicles and equipment for his fire department. He knows better than most salesmen, how to work with you and give you what you want in a apparatus. That’s why he tells folks that he is not an apparatus salesman, But an apparatus mechanic and fire captain, that happens to be Selling Fire & Rescue Apparatus! So believe me when I say he is true to his word. His beliefs’ in honesty and truth are foremost over all else. He will not have his reputation lowered by selling a truck the department is unhappy with. He knows departments will have some troubles with any apparatus. But you should not have to dislike the trucks you have purchased in the past. A Fire apparatus has a life of around 20 years. It better be right from the start. Do not buy one just for it name, low price or just because it looks good. Do the research and buy the best your department can. That is what Chuck Miller will do for your department, Help You with The research to make sure he offers the best one for your needs when reviewing specs or working with a department from the start. That's why he chooses to sell Marion Body Works apparatus in Georgia. They are one of the finest apparatus built in the industry. They are a little higher in cost, but this day and time you get what you pay for.
Vickie Lynn Miller President Fearless Flames Inc