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Top Things You Need to Know Before Buying a Church Bus

Posted by Shayna Johnson on 1/18/18 11:51 AM

For many communities, a church bus symbolizes more than just a method of transportation. Buses are a convenient way to help children get to and from programs that help them discover and practice their faith, aid in mission trips, allow parishioners to attend church events, and more. At Creative Bus Sales, we understand that all church communities have a unique set of needs. It is our mission to provide each of our customers with  high performing luxury vehicles that meet your requirements, and more.

4 Things to Consider When Shopping for a New Bus

Many church administrators come to us without much of an idea about what they want and need from their bus. Here are some tips to consider from the pros at Creative Bus Sales:

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Topics: church bus

Reflect Before Purchasing a Church Bus

Posted by Laura Galijan on 9/23/14 11:57 AM

 

 
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Purchasing a church bus is a big decision for any congregation. Perhaps your church board has been putting off buying a new church bus, but the time has come. The problem is the board may not know where to begin their search. What should you consider before you buy? What particulars should you think about before purchase? This blog post was created to provide you with the information you and your board members need. There are plenty of questions that need answers and we want to be sure you're able to answer them.

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Topics: new bus, church bus, used bus

Used Church Buses: Floorplans You Didn't Consider

Posted by Laura Galijan on 5/12/14 7:40 AM

Looking for a used church bus can be a hassle. It may seem at first glance that there aren’t many flexible options for those looking to get a bus for their child ministry, or Sunday service transportation. While it may be tempting to ask a salesperson for a standard bus configuration, consider some of the other options that may be available from some unlikely sources.

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Topics: church bus, used bus

Similarities & Differences Between Church & Tour Bus Sales

Posted by Laura Galijan on 5/8/14 7:06 AM

 

Both churches and tour companies find themselves in need of additional transportation options.

Though there can be some identical features to their clients and community, the buying process and use for the buses can be completely different. We’ll look at a few similarities and major differences that tour and churches face when looking to purchase and operate a vehicle.

Diverse Community

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Topics: new bus, church bus, tour bus, used bus

How A Mini Bus Will Help Your Church Ministry Grow

Posted by Laura Galijan on 5/6/14 7:30 AM

Whether you’re the leader of a new congregation or an experienced church pastor, buying a bus can be a huge undertaking. The environment of your church before, during, and after the purchase will all play into the purchase of a church bus. You’ll want to think about how you will be able to use your church bus long after you’ve made the purchase.

Transportation For All

There are likely people who want to come to your church, but just don't have a car or any way to get there. Maybe they can walk, but it would be a great blessing for them to be able to have a ride once in awhile, or even every Sunday. You can show the love of Jesus in this way by reaching out a helping hand and showing, rather than just telling them that you care about their comfort and well being.

Greater Flexibility

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Topics: mini bus, new bus, church bus

How To Get The Most Out Of Your Church Bus Year-round

Posted by Laura Galijan on 1/21/14 8:35 AM

Many churches would like to consider buying a church bus for regular use. Special events and retreats can be amplified when the congregation can ride together. A motivational message or the joyous atmosphere can bring everyone closer. But one problem churches may face, especially those with less independent events, is what to do with your bus on the days it’s not in use. A church may only need a bus a few weekends out of the year or for seasonal events. Luckily, there is one option that could work favorably for not only the church, but also the local community. 

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Topics: church bus, church, Bus for sale, bus tips, Maintenance Checks

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