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January 25, 2012

Prevost delivers 2 H3-45s to Fla.

Astro Travel and Tour's dark green coaches ply both the local roads of its North Florida/South Georgia market as well as the interstates of the continental U.S.


March 16, 2011

Prevost delivers H3-45s to Roberts Hawaii

The 20 luxury coaches — the operation’s first Prevosts — represent an investment of over $14 million by the company.


November 22, 2010

Prevost delivers H3-45 coaches to Fla.

Matt Brown, operations manager, explains that much of Astro Travel & Tours' business comes from school groups and sports teams, "especially Florida State University, right in our hometown, and the many other colleges whose athletes come to Tallahassee to play the Seminoles."


July 23, 2009

Prevost delivers first safety belt-equipped H3-45s

Operator feels addition of safety belts will be a decision-making factor for many customers.


June 27, 2008

Prevost delivers H3-45s

Prevost delivered five new H3-45 luxury motorcoaches to Roanoke, Va.-based Abbott Trailways.


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