Tradition Continues

Mayer, Kathy
March 2008
Indiana Business Magazine;Mar2008, Vol. 52 Issue 3, p61
The article focuses on the hybrid school bus conversions added by Productive Concepts Inc. to its product and services lineup in Indiana. Productive Concept was founded in 1999 by Rob Lykins and got the green light in January 2008 when the Department of Education approved safety standards that allow hybrid diesel school buses in the state. Lykins plans to have a steady stream of yellow buses pulling in for fuel conversions.


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