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RedCoach arrives to UCF

New partnership brings students an affordable and conventient way to travel Florida.

ORLANDO, FLA. – Luxury motor coach transportation service in Florida, RedCoach, partnered up with the University of Central Florida (UCF) to provide affordable transportation services to students, staff, faculty and residents of the area plus easy access to more than 10 cities throughout the state. On Mar. 1 RedCoach will make its mark on knights' territory by adding a free shuttle.

"The RedCoach partnership will help to expand student transit options to popular destinations in Florida" mentioned, Anand A. Rampersad assistant director of operations from the department of Parking and Transportation Services of UCF. The service will not be provided by the typical first class or standard RedCoach bus but by a shuttle. This shuttle will take the passengers to nearest RedCoach stop for the completion of the trip.

According to Florencia Cirigliano, the head of marketing at RedCoach: "People are changing the way they get around. We've seen how they don't use their cars anymore because it's more convenient to get an Uber or a Lyft. But they can't take that for long distances, so they have RedCoach instead. The whole idea is to let someone else do the driving for you either on your daily commute or across the state."

RedCoach is redefining motor coach transportation by offering an upscale experience with unique features and amenities that guarantee a stress-free and comfortable experience. With free Wi-Fi, oversized reclining leather seats and on-demand movies, RedCoach allows riders to stay connected, multitask or sleep while on the road.

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