Motorcoach

Prevost delivers coaches to Mass., Southern Calif.

Posted on November 5, 2008

[IMAGE]WilsonFull.jpg[/IMAGE] Wilson Bus Lines of Templeton, Mass., took delivery of two 2009 Prevost motorcoaches during the summer of 2008. The brand new X3-45 models bring the company’s fleet to nearly 30 vehicles, the majority of them Prevosts.

Wilson Bus Lines is a fourth-generation, family-owned company in operation for more than 75 years. Headquartered 60 miles from Boston, Wilson provides charter service and transportation for day-trip or extended tours throughout New England and the northeast U.S.

Orange, Calif.-based Orion Pacific, a premier motorcoach luxury carrier, has bought six new Prevost coaches in the last 18 months and has another three on order for delivery in April 2009. All are equipped with the Volvo D13 engine.

Brad Hunter, a native of Brisbane, Australia, founded Orion Pacific with his wife in 1985 and is the company’s vice president and general manager. The family-owned business now has 23 employees and provides motorcoach service to the western half of the U.S.

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