3 Ways a Bus Can Improve Your Retail Business

Posted by Laura Galijan on 8/9/16 9:58 AM

As a retail business owner, you are likely always on the lookout for ways to grow your business. Getting the word out about your store can be difficult. Other times the challenge lies in getting people to come give your place a chance. 

If you are having a hard time growing your store, you might consider purchasing a bus for your business. While this may seem like a strange purchase to make, there are actually many ways you can use a bus to grow your customer base. Here are three ways to put a business bus to good use.

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Topics: shuttle, business, bus

Why Your Festival Needs a Shuttle Bus

Posted by Laura Galijan on 7/12/16 1:00 PM

Summer festival season is here! People everywhere are heading out into the sunshine to enjoy a day of community and fun. However, because festivals are popular events, they tend to become crowded and these crowds can sometimes take away from the anticipated fun, especially when it is very hot outside. 

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Topics: shuttle, bus

Three Questions You Should Ask Yourself Before Buying a Shuttle Bus

Posted by Laura Galijan on 6/8/16 9:30 AM

So, you’ve decided it’s time to get a shuttle bus for your business. Or maybe you already have one, and it’s time for an addition or upgrade. Choosing the right bus that fits all your needs is important. If you choose too small, passengers are cramped, you might not be able to fit them all, and luggage storage quickly becomes an issue. On the other hand, pick one too big, and you’ll be paying for more than you need. Here are 3 questions you need to consider in order to 

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Topics: new bus, shuttle bus, shuttle, bus purchase, bus

Three Key Benefits of Shuttles for Senior Citizens

Posted by Laura Galijan on 1/25/16 9:00 AM

More and more senior citizens are considering their options when it comes to choosing retirement communities, senior apartments, or retirement homes. The statistics pertaining to senior citizen driving choices are compelling. For example, 80% of seniors in their 70's experience debilitating symptoms of arthritis and joint pain. Muscles also weaken as people age, which makes it more difficult to drive. The risk of fatalities while driving increases after age 75 and rises significantly after 80.

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Topics: bus service, retirement bus, shuttle

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