Southwest Professional Vehicles, Inc. is the largest new and used funeral coach and funeral industry limousine distributor in the U.S.
In business for over 50 years and headquartered in Dallas, Texas, the company maintains state of the art sales, leasing, service and body shop facilities in Dallas, Texas; Atlanta, Georgia; and Kansas City, Kansas. Satellite offices are also located in Savannah, Georgia, and Albemarle, North Carolina.
Southwest Professional Vehicles, Inc. is the premier supplier of new and reconditioned used funeral cars for sale both in the U.S. and to over 100 international customers in Asia, South and Central America, Europe and South Africa. Customer references will gladly be provided, upon request.
Southwest Professional Vehicles, Inc. has a simple goal – To be the preeminent supplier of new and reconditioned funeral vehicles in the United States. “This idealistic goal is made real each day with every unit that leaves one of our facilities” explains Sean Myers, President of the company. Southwest has learned, through over 50 years of service to funeral professionals, that attention to detail in products, and courteous service throughout are the hallmarks of respected businesses within the funeral industry.
“We’ve felt that these traditional business principles have often been lost as the specialty vehicle industry has evolved – and we realize the value in these time tested ideals. When we put our stamp on a vehicle, we are partnering with the new owner as to the fit, finish, and functionality of our products. Funeral professionals are busy people – the last thing they need is to have a vehicle that lets them down in ‘their’ time of need.” Sean continues, “Just like funeral homes, our business is based on good relations and recommendations from others. We encourage you to phone one of our sales offices, and we will happily provide sales references in your area of the country – or the world.” Just like the Packard Motor Company made famous in 1901, with Southwest Professional Vehicles all you need to do is ask the man who owns one!!