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Thomas Built unveils new Website


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In addition to more information on products and the company’s green technology, Thomas Built Buses’ new Website integrates the BUS REPORT newsletter, which will be hosted in a digital format.

In addition to more information on products and the company’s green technology, Thomas Built Buses’ new Website integrates the BUS REPORT newsletter, which will be hosted in a digital format.

HIGH POINT, N.C. — Thomas Built Buses has launched a new, customer-focused Website. Development of the Website was based on a combination of user feedback and Website best practices.

Users will enjoy more product photos and information with interactive features, including virtual tours of the manufacturer’s types of buses and roll-over, pop-up information boxes. The section on green technologies has been expanded to better explain the benefits of selective catalytic reduction, compressed natural gas and hybrid engine technology.

Enhanced navigation and new search functionality were designed to make it easier to find product updates, news and other pertinent information about Thomas Built buses, parts, training and service.

“Thomas Built was built on a culture of innovation, with the goal of safely transporting children and a brand promise to make every mile matter. These commitments extend into everything we do, including our Website,” said Ken Hedgecock, vice president of sales, marketing and service. “Thomas Built Buses’ redesigned Website provides the tools and resources our customers need, all just a click away.”

The new site also integrates Thomas’ BUS REPORT newsletter. This fall, the BUS REPORT will be distributed by e-mail and will be hosted in a digital format on the new site.

To sign up to receive BUS REPORT and other Thomas Built communications, and to view the revamped site, visit www.thomasbus.com.


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i need the demensions and weight of a Thomas Bus Ford B700 1992? can someone send this info?

Mike Punch    |    Oct 19, 2011 09:39 AM

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