New Service takes the Pain out of Commuting

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Niteliner lets customers sleep from Dallas to Houston and back again, if they want.

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"At Niteliner we believe your time is important, and so is your safety,” says Doug Tolbert, President of Powerhouse Coach.

Professionals living in Houston and working in Dallas—or vice versa—now have a safe, comfortable alternative to tackling the drive home themselves. In fact, they can nap the whole way, courtesy of the brand new Niteliner service, kicking back in a private bed in a custom-built luxury RV. The transports start loading up at 11 PM every night, allowing passengers to relax, read, work, or sleep during their commute, instead of driving tired.

The sleeper bus is custom-built to hold 26 beds, each with a curtain to block out other passengers if desired. Every bed compartment includes a television with two satellite feed channels, a personal DVD player, and charging ports for passenger devices. The bus itself is equipped with WiFi. Passengers will also have access to a large restroom, a fridge, and a microwave. Trips start at $69.00, depending on whether passengers choose to take advantage of first class service, second class service, or economy service.

Ticket prices include almost unlimited luggage thanks to huge cargo bays beneath the RV.

The Nightliner was once known under a different brand name, the Sleeperbus—which was available primarily as a charter service designed to serve professional sports and entertainment groups, rather than individual passengers. Niteliner is owned by Powerhouse Coach, the company which is responsible for building and designing the custom RVs.

“At Niteliner we believe your time is important, and so is your safety,” says Doug Tolbert, President of Powerhouse Coach. “That’s why we’re committed to making your travel a dream. We want our passengers to arrive at their destination stress-free and rested every night.”

Niteliner has plans to expand to multiple routes between major cities across the continental US in the future. They will add new transports on a quarterly basis.

To learn more, visit Tolbert also invites reporters to come and experience the sleeper bus for themselves, for free, and to speak to him personally on one of two “Media Days.” The Dallas Media Day will be on May 3th and the Houston Media Day will be on May 4th. Contact Doug Tolbert for more details.

Doug Tolbert
(208) 589-0015

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