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PacLease Announces Two New Locations in the Northwest United States

December 19, 2007

BELLEVUE, WA – PACCAR Leasing Company (PacLease) continues its North American franchise network expansion with the addition of two new full-service lease locations in Moses Lake, Wash., and Anchorage, Alaska. The new PacLease locations are operated by Western Pacific PacLease, who also has PacLease locations in Portland, Ore., and Sacramento, Calif., in addition to Seattle, Spokane, Pasco, Tacoma, and Yakima, Wash.

“Adding PacLease operations to both our Moses Lake and Anchorage dealerships will add expanded coverage for current and future customers, as well as compliment our current dealership operations,” said Frank Anglin, president of Western Pacific PacLease. “Convenient locations and value-added services are important in partnering with our customers. Our dealership’s future growth plans will continue to include PacLease.”

The new locations are:

  • Western Pacific PacLease, 2756 Commercial Drive, Anchorage, Alaska 99501, (907) 276-2020.
  • Western Pacific PacLease, 12976 N. Frontage Road East, Moses Lake, Wash. 98837, (509) 764-9130.

    PacLease provides customized full-service leasing programs and truck rentals for customers in a wide variety of industries. To learn more about PacLease programs, contact a local PacLease location or visit

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