(January 11, 2018 – Colton, California) A-Z Bus Sales, Inc., a leading provider of transportation solutions, announces the Blue Bird Electric Bus Ride and Drive Event across California. The event tour began in Bellflower, California on January 8 and is working its way to Northern California, ending in Fremont on Wednesday, January 17, 2018. On Friday, January 12, the Blue Bird All American Type D school bus makes its appearance at Central Unified School District at 4200 N. R Grantland Avenue in Fresno, California.
The event has already gained popularity at its last four Southern California stops, despite some rain. A few locations witnessed standing room only during the brief presentation of the electric school bus by Blue Bird, Adomani, and A-Z Bus Sales team members. Attendees have the opportunity to see first-hand how the electric bus operates and ask questions about HVIP grant funding during the event. Brandon Bluhm, Director of New School Bus [...]
Blue Bird’s Electric School Bus Ride and Drive Event kicked off today in Bellflower, California to a packed crowd of transportation directors, bus mechanics, OEM vendors, SCAQMD staff, and representatives from US Senator Kamala Harris’ office, as well as Congresswoman Lucille Roybal – Allard’s (CA-40) and Congresswoman Linda Sanchez’s (CA-38) office. On hand to present and discuss the all-new Blue Bird All American electric school bus were professionals from Blue Bird, Inc., Adomani — the power and drivetrain behind the all-new electric school bus built by Blue Bird — and representatives from A-Z Bus Sales — California and Hawaii’s Blue Bird School Bus Dealer.
Due to the huge interest and events popularity, A-Z Bus Sales added a new location to their two-week tour of the electric Type D school bus. School transportation professionals are able to attend the event this Wednesday, January 10 in San Diego at San Diego Unified School District from 10 AM [...]
A-Z Bus Sales service technicians and sales team members received a tour of the all-new Blue Bird All American Electric Type D School Bus in Colton, California yesterday. The 78-passenger transit-style school bus looks no different from any other Type D school bus. However, the main difference is the electric drive train powered by Adomani in Corona, California.