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Thomas Built Buses Debuts New Website

Posted on May 12, 2017
Thomas Built Buses’ new site incorporates a dynamic design and a news service feed, along with product-related offerings.
Thomas Built Buses’ new site incorporates a dynamic design and a news service feed, along with product-related offerings.

HIGH POINT, N.C. — Thomas Built Buses has launched a new website that showcases the company’s school buses and provides a news service feed.

Customers and dealers still have access to Thomas Built’s product-related offerings, including photos, spec sheets, and brochures. The new site also incorporates a dynamic design to enhance access to information on a range of topics, such as green fuel technologies, serviceability, safety, and efficiency.

According to Thomas Built, navigation and search functionality have also been enhanced to make it easier to find product updates, news, and other information about the company’s buses, parts, training, and service.

“Thomas Built Buses has always been a leader in the pupil transportation industry with state-of-the-art innovations that promote a safer, more efficient, and easier to maintain school bus,” said Ken Hedgecock, vice president of sales, marketing, and service. “Through this website redesign, we hope to also be an important industry resource on topics that matter to all fleets and provide best practices that will enhance a fleet’s overall operations.”

The address for Thomas Built’s new site is thomasbuiltbuses.com.

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