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November 12, 2012

Minn.'s SouthWest Transit honors vets

On Monday, agency will offer free rides as well as unveil newly wrapped buses.


May 9, 2011

N.Y. campus promotes school spirit with bus wraps

Part of a new Stony Brook University initiative to promote programs and activities on campus that students might not be aware of, the university has so far wrapped two buses in sports-themed designs.


December 22, 2010

Cherokee Nation transit receives new buses, branding

Purchased three new buses, wraps and branded decals with FTA funding.


September 2, 2010

CATS buses get NASCAR stock wraps

Two CATS buses will get a custom wrap that looks exactly like a NASCAR stock car. The buses will also carry ticket information and logos for three NASCAR events taking place at the speedway in October.


July 21, 2009

Motorcoach Council launches outreach campaign

The Council chose to utilize motorcoaches to officially kick off the new promotion and boast their competitive edge over planes, trains and personal autos, a cost effective strategy that embodies the grass-roots spirit of the campaign. The campaign's highly scalable, flexible, and fluid approach affords coach operators the ability to retain their own branding and identity while participating in the campaign.


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