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Long term use of Jammers ? ?

Whitefish, Montana
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for Glacier National Park
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Long term use of Jammers ? ?

from the Missoulian

The prospect of replacing any of the iconic vehicles after a 75-year-legacy that included a complete structural and mechanical overhaul of the fleet in 1999 has rankled many proponents and former Jammers, who regard the “Reds” as the oldest, longest-running fleet of tour buses in the world.

missoulian.com/news/state-and-regional/prosp…

montana slow hiker

western WA
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for Seattle, Outdoors / Adventure Travel, Family Travel
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1. Re: Long term use of Jammers ? ?

I wonder what will happen? Crazy how expensive they are to renovate. Maybe they should get corporate sponsors -- the Red Bull Jammers.... (ugh, but they have the money!)

Whitefish, Montana
Destination Expert
for Glacier National Park
posts: 1,087
reviews: 1
2. Re: Long term use of Jammers ? ?

from NPS press release

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Date: January 30, 2013

Contact: Denise Germann, 406-888-5838

The National Park Service announced today that it was modifying the terms of a prospectus for the concessions operations at Glacier National Park to reinforce the park's intention to retain the operation of the entire fleet of red buses while providing safe, informative and memorable experiences for Glacier National Park visitors.

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3. Re: Long term use of Jammers ? ?

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