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It's been a busy a few weeks handling transportation for thousands who needed it in and around the Eastern seaboard. Buses from USA Bus Charter have been transporting workers from all over the U.S. in various cities to help repair, rebuild and restore power to thousands of people.
Buses from as far South as Georgia have been mobilized to assist in the transportation of these people providing around the clock service to get them to and from the places they are needed. Our staff and our affiliates have been committed to providing the best service during this time.
USA Bus and its transportation partners were also active in providing these services during hurricane Rita and Katrina several years ago. We moved more than 10,000 people after those storms who assisted in the rebuilding.
For service in and around New Jersey, New York and all East coast states, please contact USA Bus Charter at (800)979-4498. If you are calling after hours and require emergency assistance, press (O).
Its going to be a warm Summer in so many places throughout the U.S. and already we are seeing an increase in orders being placed for charter bus service in June, July, August and early September.
Don't wait until the last minute and reserve your bus now for the Summer travel season for as low as $199. One of our account managers would be more than glad to personally work with you and your group in putting your trip together to ensure you have the best time.
Some of our busiest cities this summer will include; New York, Miami, Dallas, San Diego, Los Angeles, Las Vegas and Chicago. These cities are some of the most traveled and popular hot spots out there.
To obtain information and rates for service, email us today or click above for a FREE QUOTE.
2012 is going to be a great year. There are so many groups on the move and so many fun places across the U.S. to visit. We've already booked hundreds of new charters for 2012 and are anxious to earn the business of all the new clients we hear from each day.
USA Bus Charter's staff is available 24 hours a day so you can receive information, rates and even book last minute charters no matter what time of day it is. Whether you need a charter bus, tour bus, limousine bus, entertainer coach, school bus or shuttle bus, USA Bus Charter has you covered for 2012.
Many of our nationwide affliates have updated their fleets in 2011 and 2012 and are offering the newest equipment at the best prices. It all starts by receiving a free quote from your friends ast USA Bus Charter.
To learn more about changes we have planned for 2012 and beyond, call us today at 800-979-4498 or send us an email at; email@example.com
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The Secret Service is trucking President Obama and his senior staff through the Midwest this week on an imposing jet-black coach, outfitted with top-notch security and communications equipment to keep its occupants safe.
The White House says the $1.1 million bus, and its accompanying motorcade of more than two dozen vehicles, allows the president to visit "real people in real places" that wouldn't otherwise be easily accessible. Obama began the three-day trip in Minnesota and ends in Illinois Wednesday.
Neither the Secret Service nor Hemphill Brothers Co., the Nashville, Tenn.-based company that built the bus, would comment on the "security additions" or what it's like inside as it rumbles along rural roads.
But some of Obama's travel companions, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the interior is "subdued," and that the president has been using the front seating area, which has two chairs and a sofa, for some parts of his travel and two other groupings of four chairs farther back in the bus for others.
There are plenty of telephones on board, a few flat-screen TVs, but not a lot of privacy, people familiar with the bus said. And, they say, there is none of the glamour of music-star tour buses, which often feature bedrooms, kitchens and elaborate decor.
The exterior of the government's custom coach has no presidential or campaign signage or identifiable markings. But it does have a public address system from which the president or dignitary could address crowds as he or she rolls through town. So far, Obama hasn't tried it out.
A cabinet secretary was invited aboard for one leg of the trip, but other guests are relegated to a second, dark-red coach bus, which follows behind the big black official vehicle.
The bus, one of two acquired by the Secret Service earlier this year, is government property and will be part of the "protective fleet" used by the Secret Service to transport any official, dignitary, presidential candidate or protectee, officials said.
Its code name when the president is aboard is "Stagecoach," sources said.
The bus purchases were long overdue additions to the fleet because the agency was never satisfied with the old practice of renting buses and retrofitting them with added security, Secret Service spokesman Ed Donovan told ABC News in April.
"Designing our own vehicle really affords us a level of security that we can't achieve by leasing a bus and outfitting it with temporary equipment," Donovan said in the interview.
Officials say the presidential coach is driven only by specially-trained Secret Service agents and other federal officers who had to apply for commercial bus drivers licenses. There are a "significant number" of drivers available for long trips, they said.
Should the Republican presidential nominee in 2012 want to hit the road, he or she will be able to campaign in one as well, Donovan said.
ABC News' Devin Dwyer contributed to this report.