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New York Operation Gets New Grech Coach

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Posted on April 8, 2019

(L to R) David Brown, CEO Premiere Transportation and Ned Johnson, Grech Motors

(L to R) David Brown, CEO Premiere Transportation and Ned Johnson, Grech Motors

ALBANY, N.Y. — Premiere Transportation took delivery of a new Grech EG40 luxury coach bus in early April. The vehicle adds to Premiere’s growing line of large coach busses with a focus on luxury and convenience.

As Premiere grows in markets such as sports and athletic transportation, having a vehicle with sufficient luggage space is crucial. The EG40 offers full pass through under floor storage, accompanied by luxurious seating and ambient lighting that changes colors to create a party atmosphere or can be set to a clean white and blue for a more corporate, business look.

A gorgeous interior will be very attractive to potential clients. 

A gorgeous interior will be very attractive to potential clients. 

In the Albany market, Premiere’s vehicles must be designed for multi-purpose trips. One day the bus could be driving state officials to the Capital of New York, and the next it could be out on a wedding run. Keeping this in mind, Premiere has built in features such as two tables in the front with USB plugs and charging ports creating a great work space. You can also drop down HD video monitors and watch a movie during any long road trip.

“Every chauffeur has been asking to get behind the wheel of this vehicle. We were able to create buzz early on, which led to us to booking rides before it was even in our garage," says David Brown, President and CEO.

Related Topics: buses, coachbuilders, Grech Motors, group transportation, mini-buses, new vehicles, New York operators, sports team transportation, vehicle purchasing

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