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Anchor Trailways secures 5-year shuttle contract

Posted on September 29, 2011

Nashville-based Anchor Trailways & Tours secured a five-year contract with the State of Tennessee through a competitive bid process to provide shuttle services for state employees who work in downtown Nashville.

The service operates four routes shuttling an estimated 2,000 state employees daily from 12 state parking lots throughout the city to the 10 state offices in the city's center.

"This growth opportunity has enabled us to invest in our economy by purchasing seven new mini bus coaches," said John Stancil, Anchor Trailways & Tours president.

The company has also hired eight new full-time employees to drive and manage the shuttle routes.

Anchor Trailways & Tours, a family-owned company that has operated in the Nashville area for more than 20 years, is dedicated to providing the safest group travel available in motorcoach transportation.

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