Motorcoach

Prevost delivers H3-45s to Calif., Neb.

Posted on May 1, 2012

Palm Springs, Calif.-based Cardiff Limousine and Transportation recently added two 2012 H3-45 motorcoaches to its all-Prevost operation, while Arrow Stage Lines, an Omaha-based transportation company with operations throughout the U.S. Midwest and West, acquired two 2012 Prevost H3-45s.

Cardiff’s newest Prevosts are equipped with three-point seat belts, fire suppression and tire monitoring systems as well as upscale amenities that include special fans in the ceilings.

From left to right: Chuck Gunnels, regional dir., Arrow Stage Lines; Steve Busskohl, CEO, Arrow Stage Lines; Luke BussKohl, regional dir. / national charter sales dir., Arrow Stage Lines; Doyle Busskohl, chairman of the board, Arrow Stage Lines; Gaetan Bolduc, CEO, Prevost; Dann Wiltgen, VP, key accounts, Prevost; and Keith Hayward, regional sales manager, Prevost.
From left to right: Chuck Gunnels, regional dir., Arrow Stage Lines; Steve Busskohl, CEO, Arrow Stage Lines; Luke BussKohl, regional dir. / national charter sales dir., Arrow Stage Lines; Doyle Busskohl, chairman of the board, Arrow Stage Lines; Gaetan Bolduc, CEO, Prevost; Dann Wiltgen, VP, key accounts, Prevost; and Keith Hayward, regional sales manager, Prevost.
Meanwhile, Arrow’s new vehicles are currently in use in its South Region, where they are primarily transporting tours and groups, including entertainment casts and sports teams.

The new 56 passenger vehicles are equipped with a host of features, including Liaison, Prevost’s Internet-based fleet management service; an electronic stability program; independent front suspensions; and a tire pressure monitoring system, as well as amenities, such as a premium sound system with five monitors; three-point seat belts; airline-style food trays; 110-volt outlets in each row of seats; and even wood-look flooring.

Arrow, a family owned and operated company founded in 1928, currently has nearly 500 employees in seven states: Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, Arizona and Nevada.

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