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Complete Coach Works delivers remanufactured buses to Liberty U.

Posted on September 21, 2015

Complete Coach Works (CCW) completed a contract with the Lynchburg, Va.-based Liberty University to remanufacture three buses for on-campus student travel.

By purchasing remanufactured buses, Liberty University was able to receive a two-door, 60-foot articulated bus and two 40-foot buses for less than half the cost of new vehicles. The retrofit is cost-effective and takes a fraction of the time to deliver, ensuring that the universities’ transit services can remain active and provide students with ample transportation options.

"Liberty University classes are now starting and students and faculty are thrilled with the ADA compliance, comfort and appearance of the buses," said CCW Representative Jay Raber.

Liberty University’s Transportation and Transit Manager Ted Sweet said he has been very pleased with the customer service provided by CCW.

"The way CCW deals with you — they are 100 percent there for the customer," Sweet said. "The buses look phenomenal."

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