DALLAS (Nov. 18, 2013) — Greyhound, the largest provider of intercity bus transportation, today announced that it has expanded its service by adding six new cities to its route from Little Rock, Ark. to Memphis, Tenn. Greyhound now connects cities in Arkansas, including Searcy, Bald Knob, Newport, Jonesboro, Marked Tree and West Memphis, ending in Memphis.
“Expanding Greyhound’s route between Little Rock and Memphis was a great opportunity to meet a demand for our service in these cities,” said Dave Leach, president and CEO, Greyhound. “The expanded service gives customers more travel choices with a daily departure each way, and allows us to provide safe, affordable and convenient service that our customers enjoy.”
This expansion adds to Greyhound’s network of more than 3,800 destinations throughout North America, and is launching just in time for the holidays. Now Greyhound is able to offer customers within these cities a safe and reliable transportation option to visit loved ones during the holiday season.
Customers traveling with Greyhound can take comfort in knowing they will not face many of the aggravations commonly associated with holiday travel. With a 90-percent on-time departure rate, a dedication to providing stellar customer service and being one of the safest intercity bus companies in the United States, customers are assured they can sit back, relax and leave the driving to Greyhound.
Tickets can be purchased on www.greyhound.com, by calling 1-800-231-2222 or at company terminals, agencies and participating retailers.
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