Daimler delivers Setras to N.C.

Posted on April 24, 2009

[IMAGE]DaimlerATTFull.jpg[/IMAGE] AT&T Charter Service Inc. of Louisburg, N.C., took delivery of its first two Setra S 417 luxury motorcoaches in early April.

With nearly 20 years of experience in tours and charter services, AT&T Charter Services looks to use the two new coaches to attract higher-end, corporate clients in the Research Triangle area of North Carolina as well as to better serve their current clients.

AT&T Charter Service offers a fleet of 11 motorcoaches, including the two new Setra S 417 luxury coaches. The coaches are all 45-feet long and comfortably fit groups up to 56 people. In addition to laptop connections, wireless Internet and satellite television, the coaches also feature Setra’s TopSky glass roof, exclusive leather seats, center armrests, wood floor, wood accents, rear window, card tables and rear galleys.



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