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The company is one of the largest Black-owned businesses in the country, and has been named as “One of the 20 Most Successful Black Businesses to Watch in 2011.”

Stephen W. Neal, President and CEO, K. NEAL


Hyattsville, MD (BlackNews.com) — K. NEAL International Trucks, Inc. (K. NEAL) of Hyattsville, Maryland is pleased to announce that it was recently named to Black Enterprise Magazine’s annual Top 100 Largest Black Businesses list for 2011 (BE 100s). The list itself is recognized as the most respected measure of black-owned business performance in the United States.The BE 100s, which are 51 percent black-owned, were ranked according to their gross revenues, billings or assets acquired over the course of the preceding year, business acumen and potential for long-term growth.

With 2010 sales of over $62 million, K. NEAL is the top-grossing black-owned commercial truck, bus and school bus dealership in the United States. K. NEAL made its debut appearance in the BE 100s list, ranked at No. 58. As a result of making the BE 100s list for 2011, Black Enterprise has also named K. NEAL International Trucks, Inc. as One of the 20 Most Successful Black Businesses to Watch in 2011.

“This ranking and acknowledgement is significant to K. NEAL International Trucks, Inc. because it demonstrates the strength of black businesses and more specifically, a black-owned commercial truck and bus dealership. In this competitive environment, it is also a testament to the hard work that all of my employees have put into this dealership year-round. K. NEAL has been truly blessed to assemble a fantastic team of people who use their God-given talents to ensure that our customers always receive a high level of service. Customer service is our first priority. Our company is surrounded by the right people: dependable, skilled employees, suppliers and the most important people of all – our wonderful customers,” says, President and CEO of K. NEAL, Stephen W. Neal. ” As our economy continues to recover, it’s evident that black businesses will continue to play a significant role in leading the U.S. economy back to recovery and will indeed spur growth in local communities,” continued Neal.
K. NEAL International Trucks, Inc. is the leading commercial truck, bus and school bus dealership in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. K. NEAL’s overall mission is to “Take Care of the Customer”, “Take Care of the Associates” and “Reinvest in the Business”.
More About K. NEAL International Trucks, Inc:
K. NEAL International Trucks, Inc. (K.NEAL) is a full-service multi-location commercial truck, bus and school bus dealership representing the International, IC, Hino, and Mitsubishi Fuso brands. Mr. Neal is the only African-American to own both a commercial truck and bus dealership in the world. The dealership provides new and previously owned sales, service, parts and maintenance for commercial trucks and buses sold under the above mentioned brands. K NEAL Idealease provides full-service lease, rental and contract maintenance on commercial trucks and buses. The dealership services the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. Additional information is available at www.knealinternational.com.

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