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Museum of Bus Transportation readies for 2-day Spring Fling

Limited number of hotel rooms available for June 4-5; call for special rate

The Museum of Bus Transportation, Hershey, PA, reminds the bus and motorcoach industry of its annual Spring Fling, June 4-5, 2010, as it features the largest bus memorabilia flea market in North America. The Flea Market held on the George M. Sage Annex attracted over 400 attendees last year.   Antique and modern buses will be on display both days on the Museum campus and also at the Annex. Free parking is available at the Museum with shuttle bus service between the Annex and the AACA Museum that also houses the Musuem of Bus Transportation where visitors can enjoy the history of bus transportation display within the Museum with approximately 12 full-size antique buses and the AACA Museum’s featured exhibits including Muscle Car Mania.   The museum is located in Hershey, Pa. at 16l Museum Drive, just off Rte. 39 west @ 1 mile from the Hersheypark Entertainment Complex.

The Museum of Bus Transportation has arranged Spring Fling hotel rates of $81 plus tax at The Scottish Inn and Motel 6 four miles north of the Museum. With only a limited number of rooms interested parties should call before May 12 and mention the Spring Fling.

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