Champion Charter Bus, a bus rental service that spans fifteen cities across the West, has now expanded its services to Seattle, Washington and Portland, Oregon to mark its first anniversary since its founding in September 2017.
With regional offices in Beverly Hills, San Diego, Aurora, and Santa Monica, the company has historically served California and the Southwest, focusing all of its marketing power into catering to the needs of groups and individuals traveling to and around California, Arizona, Nevada, and Colorado. To celebrate the end of its first year in service, Champion Charter Bus has now expanded further north to service the Seattle and Portland metro areas.
“The Northwest is an untapped market the likes of which is rare to come by these days,” says Deandra Barden, a sales executive who has been working at the company’s Aurora office since January of this year. “All of our marketing is done over at corporate in Atlanta, and I don’t think they realize just how important these markets are for us. We’ve been waiting for this expansion for a long time and hope it can give us greater access to business of a more corporate, institutional variety.”
The company’s wide variety of buses, experience with a multitude of trips, and 24/7 customer support has made them a top bus rental company after only one year in service. With a venerable list of services that include assistance living shuttling, military travel, government transportation, and institutional trips, Champion Charter Bus has unquestionably earned its place as a top operator in the West Coast. According to Barden, the owner has already made plans to expand to cities in Idaho, Utah, and Montana by the end of 2019.