DALLAS (Oct. 29, 2010) — On Monday, Nov. 1, Greyhound will begin service to several Arkansas communities, connecting customers to the area’s most popular destinations, including Memphis, Tenn. and Little Rock, Ark. Service will return to Bald Knob; Jonesboro; Marked Tree; Newport; Searcy; and West Memphis, Ark., giving customers easy connectivity to the 3,800 destinations Greyhound serves. During the first week of service, Greyhound is offering a $1 fare special for customers traveling to and from these locations. This service is provided by the 5311(f) subsidy from the State of Arkansas.
“We know the importance of providing essential intercity bus service to rural communities that may have limited transportation options,” said Shanna Kilpatrick, district manager, Greyhound. “With this new service, we hope to attract old and new customers to the convenient and affordable service for which Greyhound is known.”
For fare and ticket information, visit www.greyhound.com or call 1-800-231-2222.
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