New York Operation Buys Customized Grech Bus

Lexi Tucker
Posted on April 2, 2018

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Buffalo Limousine, owned by Frank and Carla Boccio and run with the help of their son Nick, took delivery of a brand new Grech GM33 27/31 passenger shuttle with removable wall on March 30.

The most notable feature of the bus is the headrests, which bear the logo of the company. Other amenities include USB and 110V outlets in every seat, two tables in the front of the bus, and upgraded seating.

“We felt having our logo on the headrests would be the perfect way to enhance our branding," Nick Boccio said. "It allows our clients to see the Buffalo with a chauffeur cap time after time, and that’s something they’ll never forget.”

“Grech makes a top-notch bus that’s aesthetically pleasing, and their after sales support is great. We only maintain top of the line vehicles in our fleet.”

The company decided to purchase from Grech because they are continually satisfied with the product, and believe it’s the best way to maintain and upgrade their fleet to remain the superior provider in Western New York.

The vehicle will be used for airport transfers, wine tours, wedding shuttles, corporate events, and the like.

Related Topics: Branding, buses, family businesses, Grech Motors, new vehicles, New York operators

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