Today, Lone Star Emergency Group is excited to announce the launch of its upcoming Lone Star Roadshow featuring the E-ONE Metro 100 Quint with HR Ladder.
The Roadshow, which will run through August, will feature a series of appointment-only demos that will give fire departments and communities across
Texas their first glimpse of this unparalleled vehicle.
The compact Metro 100 Quint with HR Ladder combines a pumper and a ladder into one versatile package. It features a 500-pound tip load ladder with
a 100-foot vertical reach on a single rear axle with a 235-inch wheelbase that allows for high maneuverability in tight areas. Couple the maneuverability
with its narrow, 11-foot jack spread – which allows it to be set up in tight locations – and the Metro Quint is a truly revolutionary firefighting
Once on scene, the Metro 100 Quint is equipped with a pump that handles up to 2000 GPM and a 300- to 500-gallon water tank. The extruded aluminum body
features full-depth compartments on each side, a center tunnel holding 127 feet of ground ladders, and a SideStackerTM hosebed that
can be reloaded without raising the aerial.
“Over the last 35 years, E-ONE has engineered and built more than 2,500 aerials for fire departments around the world, and we are honored to partner
with this great manufacturer to bring the Metro 100 Quint to first responders across Texas,” says Brad Fullington, CEO of Lone Star Emergency Group.
“Not only does the Metro 100 Quint feature unmatched design and construction, but it also provides great maneuverability in tight locations and
is outfitted with the historic E-ONE aerial device and ladder.”
The Lone Star Roadshow would love to bring E-ONE’s Metro 100 Quint to your fire department or community. To schedule a demo, contact Lone Star Emergency
Group at (800) 332-7402 or visit http://www.lonestareg.com/contact-apparatus-sales.html.
ABOUT LONE STAR EMERGENCY GROUP
Owned by former Major League Baseball All-Star Todd Helton, Lone Star Emergency Group offers a full line of Ferrara E-One Fire Apparatus and emergency
vehicles. The company also carries a complete inventory of parts and loose equipment, and provides repairs and other support via its statewide
roadside service division and state-of-the-art service centers in Houston, Dallas, and Lubbock. Additional service centers are scheduled to be
added in Austin and San Antonio.