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MCI delivers D4505s to Tennessee

Posted on February 10, 2009

[IMAGE]AnchorTrailwaysTennesseeHalfFull.jpg[/IMAGE] Anchor Trailways of Tennessee, anticipating greater growth in its twentieth year, has added two new clean-diesel MCI D4505 Fast Track coaches.

The coaches are the company’s first new ones in about 10 years, and its first-ever new MCIs.

Serving Tennessee, Northwest Alabama, and Western Kentucky, Anchor Trailways is based in metropolitan Nashville, Tenn., and has additional offices and service centers in Tuscumbia, Ala., and Paducah, Ky. Altogether, the company operates a fleet of 80 coaches, plus other vehicles, and employs more than 100 people.

Anchor’s business is comprised of tour, charter and contract work, including serving the Department of Defense.

 

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