Sparta Commercial Services, Inc (OTCMKTS:SRCO) has today made the much awaited news. The top provider has revealed that it has expanded its southeast geographic footprint. That was through a lease transaction with the Dallas, North Carolina Police Department. It involved the purchase of new Dodge Charger police vehicles.
The Dallas, North Carolina Police Department is at the moment linking up with over 20 other North and South Carolina municipal agencies which according to reliable sources are taking to leveraging Sparta’s municipal lease program in a bid to meet its essential equipment needs.
According to Globenewswire.com, the top provider’s municipal lease program has over the years succeeded at gaining popularity among cities and towns around the country. This is indeed a true reflection of a joint agreement between government officials and their partner-vendors.
It will be possible to spread out costs over time by leveraging Sparta’s lease program. That will culminate in the asset paying up for itself while at the same time showcasing more flexibility to a municipality’s budgeting considerations.
Town Manager of the Town of Dallas, Maria Stroupe while speaking to a number of top news reporters said: “While researching financing options for our new police cruisers, we were told about Sparta Commercial’s municipal lease program. Sparta was responsive to our questions and addressed our needs. We were impressed with the Sparta staff that assisted us through process, as well as the overall program.”
On top of the police cars and trucks, the provider’s municipal lease program can cater for almost any essential-use equipment whether it is the municipal trucks, school buses, tactical vehicles, police gear, fire engines, surveillance equipment, emergency services vehicles, ambulances, and much more.
Sparta over the years remained much dedicated to progress. As another developmental move, the top notch provider recently announced that it was going to start offering the subscription-based website development and management services to its wide range of the mobile app customers.
Sparta’s CEO, Anthony Havens is happy about the company’s progress and revealed that in the last two years they had been experiencing significant growth in their iMobileApp business. It goes without saying that the company will soon be able to generate more revenues that will be used to implement numerous expansions.