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SBF unveils redesigned Website

Posted on October 22, 2009

After several months of development, SCHOOL BUS FLEET has launched its redesigned Website, featuring an updated look and new, user-friendly layout.

News and feature articles are categorized through targeted channels, which cover such pertinent topics as school bus safety, management and training, maintenance, green issues, special needs and contractors.

A preview version of the site was initially launched, with new features to be added in the coming days.

New features on the site will include SBFTV, where visitors can view video content related to the pupil transportation industry. Also new to the site are a section dedicated to new products and a job board. 

SBF's exclusive research, highly popular forums, editors' blog, photo galleries, and Web seminars are still available on the site. The site also features extensive national and state organization listings, and an industry event calendar. 

Visitors can read the monthly digital edition of SBF's print magazine and can follow SBF on LinkedIn and Facebook, as well as via RSS feeds. Also, readers can now add their own comments to news stories and feature articles.

Visitors to the site can also sign up to receive SBF's information-packed e-mail newsletters. The redesigned and rebranded SCHOOL BUS FLEET Newsline is sent out twice weekly, blog updates are sent weekly and the Special-Needs Briefing is sent out monthly.

Comments ( 3 )
  •  | about 8 years ago

    I love the new web site. So much easier to use Thank you

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