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Prevost delivers H3-45 to Gainesville, Fla.

Posted on August 29, 2011

[IMAGE]Candies--2.jpg[/IMAGE]A Candies Coachworks Inc. of Gainesville, Fla. received a new Prevost 2011 H3-45 motorcoach in July. The new addition, which joins seven other H3-45s in the A Candies fleet, will be used primarily for charters.

The new coach is equipped with three point seat belts, fire suppression system and tire pressure monitoring system, in addition to all of the other standard H3-45 model features.

[IMAGE]Candies-1-2.jpg[/IMAGE]Much of A Candies Coachworks' business involves transporting sports fans and school athletes throughout the southeast U.S. and beyond. The family-owned company, which employs 18, has seen demand for its services grow steadily since its founding 25 years ago.

 

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