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SPRINGFIELD, PA (PRWEB) September 21, 2012
BusesForSale has launched new technology on its website that will make it easier for viewers looking for buses for sale to search the company’s inventory, which includes everything from a used school bus line to a Prevost bus for sale line.
A comprehensive search feature allows readers to search for any used bus by year, make, model, seating capacity, price, mileage and region. Surfers can use any number of these fields to narrow down their search results.
BusesForSale also added a page that shows buses new to its fleet over a previous 60 day time frame. On various bus pages, videos are available so viewers can see the interiors and exteriors of certain buses. With the videos, a person looking for a bus conversion, a shuttle bus, a used school bus or any other bus the company carries can determine ahead of time if it’s the right bus for them.
“We made these changes because we realized our previous search and viewing functions were a little out of date,” said Tom DeFulvio, owner of the company which was started in 1992. “The people at Boomtown (Internet Group Inc., a Philadelphia Internet marketing firm) did a great job setting everything up and making it far easier for people to shop for excellent used buses.”
Other upgrades include a function that allows the webmaster to feature any bus in any category by placing information about that bus at the top of web pages. Additionally, the public can sell their own buses by filling out a form and uploading images of their buses on the Sell a Bus page.
“In any kind of sales environment, consumers are expecting for shopping to be easy for them,” DeFulvio said. “We’ve accomplished that with this new upgrade, and we have plans for other service-centered upgrades in the future.”
Based in Springfield, Pa., BusesForSale handles a variety of lines of used buses including MCI GMC, Prevost, Ford buses, Eagle, Dina, Setra, Van Hool, MetroTrans, International, Chevrolet, Bluebird. Their website is BargainBusNews.com.