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CH Bus Sales delivers Temsa TS35 to Arrow Stage Lines

Posted on April 21, 2016

(L to R) Duane Geiger, executive VP of CH Bus Sales; Luke Busskohl, COO of Arrow Stage Lines; and Randy Angell, sr. account executive, CH Bus Sales.
(L to R) Duane Geiger, executive VP of CH Bus Sales; Luke Busskohl, COO of Arrow Stage Lines; and Randy Angell, sr. account executive, CH Bus Sales.

Norfolk, Neb.’s Arrow Stage Lines added a new 40-passenger, Temsa TS35 — its 12th Temsa — from CH Bus Sales.

“Temsa motorcoaches have proven to be a vehicle with very few mechanical quirks. The service and support after the sale has also been exceptional. Whenever we have had any issues with the product, the Temsa team is very quick to respond so we don’t see any delays in service to our customers.” said Arrow Stage Lines COO Luke Busskohl. “As a result, we have added a 12th Temsa to our fleet.”

The new coach is equipped with leather seating, three-point seatbelts, woodgrain flooring, LED headlights, REI Elite Sound System with four 15-inch video monitors, 110 volt and USB outlets, lavatory and Dura Bright aluminum wheels.

It is powered by a Cummins ISL 345HP engine driving through an Allison B500, and like all Temsa’s delivered in the U.S., has a stainless steel monocoque frame and the latest in safety technology.

Meanwhile, CH Bus Sales named Dane Smith as its West Region account executive, responsible for creating new and building on existing relationships in the motorcoach industry with a focus on Southern California, Southern Nevada and Arizona.

Smith has over 20-plus years of extensive experience in motorcoach and transit services. More recently, he was the GM/operations manager of a respected motorcoach operator in the state of California. Previously he held positions at the SunLine Transit Agency as well as a sales consultant for a motor sales company.

CH Bus Sales LLC is the exclusive distributor of Temsa Motorcoaches in the U.S. and Canada, offering two fully integral mid-size motorcoaches the TS 35 and the TS 30; as well as the full-size TS 45 coach.

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