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Harmon Brothers Charter Service joins Trailways network

Posted on October 13, 2017

Atlanta-based Harmon Brothers Inc. joined Trailways Transportation System Inc., the well-known bus brand in North America.

Harmon Brothers Charter Service (HBCS) was founded in 1979. As part of Trailways, it will be known as Harmon Brothers Trailways. With a current size of 20 full size passenger vehicles, plus smaller vehicles, HBCS is one of Atlanta's oldest and largest privately-owned bus transportation companies. HBCS is also the largest minority-owned bus transportation company in the Southeast.

Clint Harmon, President, Harmon Brothers Trailways said, “We know that Trailways members share common values with us and we’re proud to be designated an approved Trailways member in its well-known brand,” said Clint Harmon, Harmon Brothers Trailways’ president. “We all have a commitment to prompt on-time services at competitive prices.”

Harmon’s fleet is composed of recent models all ranging from 2008 to 2017. Its fleet of 20, 55-passenger deluxe motorcoaches feature reclining seats with footstools and individual reading lights, plenty of overhead luggage space, and clean lavatories. Its two 25-passenger minibuses also feature these quality amenities (except lavatories.)

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