Greyhound Celebrates 100 Years with Extra Special Buses
Love ‘em or hate ‘em Greyhound knows how to do bus travel, and this year they’re celebrating 100 years of getting passengers from here to there. To show off a little bit of their history they’re taking the show on the road, as they look to share the story of their business in the same way they make money—by driving around the country.
Greyhound is launching this Centennial Tour beginning on May 29, as a pair of mobile museums begin to travel around the nifty fifty. The plan is to hit up and visit around 40 cities over the next seven months or so, as two buses will display memorabilia and vintage goodies along with touchscreen displays.
Classic buses will be featured too, as restored and renovated vehicles like the 1914 Hupmobile, 1937 Yellow Coach, and the 1984 Americruiser 2 will be on display—among others. Just note that these vintage vehicles do not have WiFi—ha.
The plan is to sell you on their most recent offerings as well, so be sure to check out the latest and greatest from Greyhound. Check out the free WiFi, the leather seats, the power outlets, and all that legroom. If you want to check things out when they head to your town—just take a look at the schedule.
[Photo: Damian Gadal]