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MCI delivers 2 MCI J4500s to Tenn.

Posted on November 2, 2018

First Class started in 2007 when Owner Bill Adams partnered with his wife, Jimmie Ann, and leased a pre-owned coach and began charters for local banks offering tour and travel adventures for its clients
First Class started in 2007 when Owner Bill Adams partnered with his wife, Jimmie Ann, and leased a pre-owned coach and began charters for local banks offering tour and travel adventures for its clients

Motor Coach Industries (MCI), a U.S. subsidiary of NFI Group Inc., delivered two brand-new 2019 J4500s to Lawrenceburg, Tenn.’s First Class Charter.

First Class started in 2007 when Owner Bill Adams partnered with his wife, Jimmie Ann, and leased a pre-owned coach and began charters for local banks offering tour and travel adventures for its clients. As First Class’ reputation for quality service and well-trained, personable drivers grew, business took off.  By 2014, First Class started buying new coaches to elevate its reputation even further.

Each of First Class’s new MCI J4500 coaches feature tasteful interiors with such amenities as reclining seats, in-motion satellite television, 110-volt outlets, and backup cameras.

The company specializes in charter bus and group and senior travel, serving tour and school groups, church and corporate events, family reunions, and of course military clients. First Class is a member of the Tennessee Motorcoach Association, the Alabama Motorcoach Association, United Motorcoach Association, and the American Bus Association.

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