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Coach America adds 11 Van Hools

Posted on March 24, 2010

[IMAGE]CUSA.jpg[/IMAGE]ABC Companies recently worked with Dallas-based Coach America to add 11 new Van Hools to their 1,600 coach fleet. Currently operating 3,100 total vehicles, Coach America is the nation's largest, and most diverse, operator of line, charter, sightseeing, contract and tour services.

The Anaheim, Calif. division of Coach America took delivery of three TD925 coaches, while eight Van Hool ADA-equipped C2045E's have been added to its Woodland commuter fleet in Houston.

"ABC is proud to be one of the preferred suppliers for Coach America. They take the 'partnership' idea seriously, and the relationship fits the way ABC likes to serve our customers," said ABC Regional Vice President Clint Guth.

 

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