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Published on Monday, March 19, 2018

Falcon Charter Bus Expands to Nine New Southeast Locations

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The Southeast's leading bus rental service, Falcon Charter Bus, has recently expanded their services to more than nine locations, including Panama City, Tampa, Ft. Lauderdale, and Atlanta. According to Director of Operations Johnell Gibson, the company intends to expand into more states within the next year.

"With access to thousands of buses across the United States," says Gibson, "there's no reason our 24/7 call center can't offer what we do to even more cities."

Using proprietary technology, Falcon Charter Bus can access an exclusive network of bus operators across the Southeast. This means that Falcon can provide customers with hassle-free online booking and nearly-instant quotes.

Whether you're shuttling twelve people to a corporate outing in Miami, or three hundred students to Disneyworld in Orlando, Falcon Charter Bus can handle your ground transportation at a competitive price.  Some of the vehicles that Falcon offers include:

• Full-size 56-Passenger buses
• Minibuses
• Shuttle buses
• Entertainer/Tour buses

For a full list of available cities, visit

Ivelisse Rodriguez
Marketing Coordinator
Falcon Charter Bus
[email protected]


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