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Setra to host sales event at Florida service center

Posted on February 21, 2006

Setra is planning a special open house event in March to showcase its pre-owned motorcoaches and highlight its service center. The two-day Spring Fling event, at its CoachWorld service, parts and sales center in Winter Garden, Fla., will be held March 20 and 21, from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Over 40 pre-owned motorcoaches will be on display, all having special offers and pricing, including free Richard Petty Driving Experience passes with select motorcoach purchase. Setra's Florida-based center houses advanced diagnostic capabilities for all motorcoach brands, a parts distribution center, and features Orlando's only fully enclosed, heat-fired paint booth. For more information, contact Robin Faulkner at (800) 381-4630 or email [email protected]

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