Holiday Tours celebrates 100th Prevost motorcoach

Posted on March 16, 2020

The delivery of the 100th coach was marked by a visit to Holiday Tours by Prevost Sales VP Jack Forbes who presented GM David Moody with a special award. Prevost

Randleman, N.C.’s Holiday Tours celebrated receiving their 100th Prevost motorcoach, with the delivery of five new H3-45s.

Holiday purchased their first Prevost coach in 1982 and the first H3-45 in 1991. Today, the company has a fleet of 79 coaches, the vast majority of which are Prevost, serving more than 50,000 passengers annually.

The delivery of the 100th coach was marked by a visit to Holiday Tours by Prevost Sales VP Jack Forbes who presented GM David Moody with a special award. Forbes also expressed gratitude to the family for being willing to serve and help shape the industry by acting in volunteer leadership roles in both regional and industry associations.

Holiday Tours has built their reputation on caring about their customers and their equipment. The company’s website highlights their guiding principles of “Quality, Value, and Personalized Service.” The company was also among the first to offer escorted group tours to such places as New York, Washington, D.C., Nashville, and Disney World. Destinations now include all 50 states and Canada as well as Europe, Australia, and more.

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