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Harlow’s Trailways newest player on the team

With the addition of Harlow’s Trailways, Bismarck, ND, Team Trailways, Fairfax, VA, expands its Northern Great Plains Territory charter services. The company joins Prairie Coach Trailways and Dakota Trailways as the latest independent motorcoach company to affiliate with Trailways’ global transportation network and regional provider of transportation services throughout North and South Dakota.

Harlow Hageness started his bus company with one motorcoach in 1966, and has since expanded to a current fleet of 11 motorcoachds. His son, Jason Hageness, now runs the family business. Harlow’s also is a major school bus contractor and commercial school bus dealer, employing over 450 people in several Western states.

Trailways president and CEO Gale Ellsworth says Harlow’s is a respected transportation company that will continue to move the team’s growing international reputation for charter services forward.

“The Harlow Family has established an exemplary business reputation that will be most helpful to our team in serving customers throughout the Dakota region and beyond,” she says.  “Harlow’s will benefit from the business expansion and operations support opportunities the Trailways Team can provide them across all regions.”

For more information, visit www.trailways.com.

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