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CCW delivers first bus to Ky. theme park

Posted on June 6, 2016

Complete Coach Works (CCW) delivered three buses to the Ark Encounter, a biblical theme park in Williamstown, Ky., featuring a 510-foot replica of Noah's Ark.

 The project will supply the Ark Encounter with a fleet of 11 refurbished low-floor buses. The 40-foot buses are undergoing a complete overhaul at CCW's Riverside, Calif., facility and will be delivered to the theme park within the upcoming weeks.

The buses will be used to shuttle guests from the Ark Encounter parking lot to the attraction, 1.5 miles away.

The new buses are heading to Kentucky showing off their themed graphic artwork. There are multiple artwork themes, some featuring pairs of animals, dinosaurs, starry night skies and more.

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