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CH Bus Sales delivers 2 TS 35s to Texas' Sun Travel Trailways

Posted on March 11, 2016

L to R: Tim Vaught, VP, sales, service & product development at CH Bus Sales and Michael LaBrie, president of Sun Travel Trailways.
L to R: Tim Vaught, VP, sales, service & product development at CH Bus Sales and Michael LaBrie, president of Sun Travel Trailways.

Beaumont, Texas’ Sun Travel Trailways recently took delivery of two new 40 passenger Temsa TS 35s, powered by Cummins ISL 8.9 liter 345 HP engines coupled to Allison B500 transmissions, from CH Bus Sales.

The new coaches feature Wi-Fi, 110-volt outlets, USB ports, a REI luxury entertainment systems and Alcoa Durabright Aluminum wheels. The TS 35s offer 245-feet of luggage space and a stainless steel frame that meets the stringent UN/ECE R66 rollover standards.

CH Bus Sales LLC is the exclusive distributor of Temsa motorcoaches in the U.S. and Canada, offering two fully integral mid-size motorcoaches the TS 35 and the TS 30; as well as the full-size TS 45 coach. CH Bus Sales offers strong dependable customer care through full-service facilities in Orlando, Fla.; Fort Worth, Texas; and Montville, N.J. in addition to a network of 14 North American authorized service centers.

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