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API Limousine Buys Executive Mini Coach from Grech Motors

Posted on October 2, 2013

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — API Limousine of Sacramento, Calif., recently purchased a 2013 Executive Mini Coach from Grech Motors of Riverside, Calif. API has added several new major accounts over the last year that require customized luxury transportation coaches and the new vehicle will be ideal for meeting the needs of API’s corporate and group transportation clients.

The new 28 passenger vehicle features premium diamond cut leather seating, individual reading lights, individual USB and charging stations, overhead and rear storage luggage compartments, two front TVs, two mid vehicle TVs, an upgraded Firestone Air Assist suspension system, a public address system, and Grech’s trademark panoramic front view window.

“We are very impressed with the quality of the Grech vehicles and selected this mini coach after inspecting many of the current executive shuttle manufactures,” states David Kinney, API’s President and CEO. “Grech account executive Rene Martinez did an outstanding job in customizing this vehicle to meet our individual design needs and was able to deliver the vehicle as ordered and ahead of schedule. We are very excited to add this new upscale mini coach to our existing fleet of luxury vehicles.”

API Limousine has been one of Sacramento’s fastest growing limousine operations. API purchased California Limousine and its 15 vehicles in December 2011 and has recently completed the purchase of Ultra Limousine located in Woodland, Calif.

API has also been actively expanding their local and statewide affiliate programs by organizing and hosting meetings for the Sacramento Chapter of the Greater California Livery Association. Mr. Martinez will showcase API’s new mini coach at the next Sacramento GCLA meeting on October 23, 2013 from 6 pm to 9 pm at API’s new warehouse located in West Sacramento.

Source: API Limousine

Related Topics: California operators, corporate business, Grech Motors, luxury buses, vehicle purchasing

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