|Texas Teams Find Transportation Solutions in Durham Charter Services|
|Tuesday, 19 February 2013 09:46|
WARRENVILLE, Ill. – The Southlake Carroll Lacrosse Association has contracted with Durham Charter Services for transportation to away games for its high school teams this season. The Texas teams are among many groups across the country that are discovering the benefits of using a school bus company to get to their events safely and on time.
Durham Charter Services is an extension of Durham School Services, which is the second‐largest provider of school bus services in the United States. Durham’s fleet of 17,000 buses at more than 200 locations provides the convenience and flexibility that youth and adult groups need when arranging transportation, whether it’s for 10 passengers or several hundred.
High school athletes from the Southlake Carroll Lacrosse Association will take Durham buses for road trips from February to April as they visit competitors across the region. The buses will be operated by Durham’s facility in Lewisville, Texas. It’s just one example of how Durham Charter Services is making it simple for groups to get anywhere they want to go in a budget‐friendly way.
“Charter buses are safer, more efficient and more reliable than other modes of travel,” said Nancy Clabots, National Charter Sales Coordinator at Durham. “Our customers have been saving more than 30 percent over the cost of coach transportation. Our variety of mini and full‐size buses allows us to fit the needs of each group.”
Whether it’s a sporting event, summer camp, field trip, trade show or wedding, groups can arrange a transportation solution at www.durhamcharterservices.com or by calling 888.528.7948. Durham has the flexibility to provide a short local charter, an all‐day trip, or even a multi‐day excursion.
“You really save your group from the headaches of driving, parking and getting everyone there on time when you choose to go charter,” Clabots said. “Groups can spend time relaxing and preparing for the event while we take care of the transportation.”
|Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 February 2013 09:57|