Motorcoach

Silverado Stages, Silver State Coach announce merger

Posted on October 23, 2014

San Luis Obispo, Calif.-based Silverado Stages Inc. and Silver State Coach Inc. entered into a merger agreement combining the two well-established motorcoach companies, each with stellar reputations and staff, into one formidable company within the transportation industry.

“We are extremely pleased that Tony Fiorini and his motorcoach company have agreed to join Silverado and help grow our combined operations in the western region of the United States,” said Jim Galusha, Silverado CEO. “Our plans are to consolidate operations where possible, take advantage of best practices and efficiencies, and to extend Silverado’s proven operational model.”

Silver State Coach Inc., a Nevada corporation, was founded in 1986. Silver State, with operating authorities in Nevada and California, operates a fleet of some 40 motorcoaches from terminals in Placentia, Calif. and Las Vegas.

Silverado Stages provides safe, reliable and comfortable transportation across the Western States from terminals in Sacramento, San Luis Obispo, Bakersfield, Santa Barbara, Orange County, Pomona and Las Vegas. Services include charters, tours, scheduled fixed-route service, commuter and campus shuttles, and convention and event services aboard large motorcoaches, shuttles and vans.

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