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IC Bus to debut AC Series shuttle at BusCon

Posted on September 16, 2010

IC Bus will present its fully integrated small shuttle bus, called the AC Series, at BusCon at Navy Pier in Chicago, Sept. 29-30.

The AC Series — an all-in-one shuttle — provides increased serviceability, customization options and durability and will have approximately double the lifecycle of similar small shuttles currently on the market, according to IC Bus. 

Visit the IC Bus booth (No. 300) at BusCon to learn about the company's philosophy of covering customers beyond their initial purchase of a vehicle. This thinking drives the company to stand behind their products and support their customers at every stage of the product lifecycle, according to IC Bus.

Booth visitors will also have to opportunity to meet hockey player Bobby Hull. "The Golden Jet" will be at the IC Bus booth on Wednesday, Sept. 29, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. signing autographs on branded hockey pucks. And IC Bus will raffle several hockey jerseys while Hull is signing autographs.

 

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