Executive Coach Builders Debuts at BusCon

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For the first time in its 40-year history, Executive Coach Builders (ECB) is exhibiting at the 2016 BuscCon Expo.

BusCon Expo is a 3 day event being held from September 19-21, 2016 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, United States Of America.

At the Show, ECB will be debuting the E Coach 45-Passenger Premium Shuttle Bus. This gorgeous vehicle is loaded with the following amenities:

  • 37-51 passenger seating capacity
  • A/C 205,000 BTU
  • Built on the Freightliner M2 chassis
  • Available in 6.7 diesel and CNG
  • 6 speed Alison transmission
  • Fully welded lightweight frame, Resin –infusion composite body
  • Fully composite floor

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David Bakare, the owner of Executive Coach Builders, sees exhibiting at the annual BusCon as another avenue to expand the business and showcase the company’s latest creation. Just over a year ago, David Bakare purchased a facility in California where his main focus was the creation of luxury buses.

The company is always trying to stay ahead of the latest trends and remains focused on building the best vehicle it can. “The day you stop developing, that’s when your product starts dying,” he says.

Executive Coach Builders is not just known for our custom limos, but also its executive limousine buses. Whether you’re looking for a luxury bus with a seating capacity of nearly 50 people or you just need a 10-15 seats – they have a multitude of options to suit your budget, style and needs

Today, Executive Coach Builders is the largest limousine manufacturer in the world, manufacturing everything from Stretch Limousines to Shuttle Buses in both Missouri and California. /LD


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Lisa’s main focus is the editorial content and many of the new features and departments of the brand.

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