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Prevost offers coach marketing tools

Posted on January 23, 2012

Prevost developed a set of marketing tools for operators to use and customize to assist in promoting operators and their operations as well as the coach industry overall.

The tools are available here  and available for download. Whether it's print, Web, on-coach promotion or tradeshows, Prevost created the materials so they might become an integral part of any operator's marketing plan.

Choose from a series of print ads to promote the fun and convenience of coach travel. Or for more of an educational tone, use the slide shows, videos and press releases to emphasize the importance of safety and the environmental benefits of coach travel.

Operators could simply download the assets and customize them by inserting your logo to create a unique message. Prevost also encourages operators to collaborate with the company to help create more specific marketing materials.

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