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CCW to refurbish, rebuild 3 Liberty U. buses

Posted on January 26, 2017

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Complete Coach Works (CCW) was chosen by Lynchburg, Va.’s Liberty University, once again, to refurbish and rebuild three buses for on-campus student travel. Two of the three buses have been delivered and the last bus is in final production.

This new contract is a replica of CCW’s previous one with highly esteemed Liberty University.

“The buses CCW supplied to fulfill Liberty’s first contract were so successful with the student body and faculty that we were asked to supply the same high quality buses for them this year. We are expecting to add more buses in 2017,” said Jay Raber, regional sales manager for CCW.

By purchasing remanufactured buses, including a two-door 60-foot articulated bus and two 40-foot buses, Liberty University will receive fully renovated buses in like-new condition for less than half the cost, according to CCW.

The project will enrich the student experience by carrying passengers across campus, utilizing the transit service intracampus circulator. The service expresses Liberty’s commitment to enhancing student access and mobility. CCW is delighted that Liberty has given them yet another opportunity to demonstrate their commitment to its customers and high quality service.

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