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Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Hermes Denver — In response to the client demand, Hermes Worldwide has announced the addition of two new motorcoaches to its fleet. The two 2017 MCI J4500s represent the next logical step in the Denver-based company’s growth and evolution. The coaches will support growing demand from Hermes’ meetings and events clients as well as all levels of team sports, weddings, youth groups, and over-the-road charters.

"We are excited to add the coaches, and our goal was to complement our existing fleet with the highest quality and standards in this category of vehicle,” says Jorge Sanchez, president of Hermes Worldwide. “As we designed the motorcoaches, we wanted a style and design unmatched in our market and we feel we accomplished that. Everyone that sees our coaches has nothing but positive things to say and they literally bring a smile to everyone's face. We are looking forward to how this segment of our business will grow."

Hermes Sanchez says the first word from clients when they see the vehicles is “wow.” The motorcoaches include top-of-the-line features, such as full connectivity with WiFi, USB ports and outlets to keep devices charged, and on-board movies include the latest releases to help groups enjoy their trip at any distance.

The decision to add these motorcoaches did not happen overnight, as Sanchez says he has been studying and working this segment for nearly three years. He recommends other operators do their homework before considering getting into the coach business. "The motorcoach business isn't as easy as adding a Sprinter or even a minicoach,” he says. “There are a lot more rules and regulations to adhere to so you not only need the right support staff to ensure compliance, but a network to support the vehicle issues you will in evidently run into. We are still learning every day.”

Visit hermesworldwide.com for more information.

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