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Micro Bird Launching New Image, Revamped Logo, Updated Website

Posted on October 14, 2014

With a focused goal of growing the commercial bus market in the U.S., Micro Bird Inc. has put together a team totally dedicated to commercial bus sales. Micro Bird Commercial is now ready to do business.

The official launch was held during APTA Expo in Houston. Customers will discover a new image, a revamped logo, and a modern website that will help you discover the features and benefits of the Micro Bird commercial bus line.

Micro Bird Inc. designs and manufactures a complete line of commercial buses for up to 25 passengers, built with superior durability providing the best cost of ownership in the marketplace. Since 1966, Micro Bird Inc. has continued to set the industry standard with its innovative design. The D-Series, a dual rear-wheel bus is made of six longitudinal structural beams combined with one-piece galvanized steel roof bows that enhance safety and rollover protection. A propane system is also available.

The S-Series, a single rear-wheel bus has a patented extra-wide oval body that creates a larger aisle and increases room for better passenger comfort. A wide range of options and configurations are also offered to better accommodate your needs. Micro Bird Commercial buses are purpose built for tours, assisted living, public transit, shuttle markets and much more.

Micro Bird Commercial is always striving for quality, safety and value. You can count on the D-Series and the S-Series to reach your goals.

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