Pacific Western Toronto, the largest privately-owned passenger transportation company in Canada, in partnership with Turbo Images and Prevost, has unveiled five newly wrapped Prevost H3-45 Motorcoaches in honour of Front Line Workers.
The imagery is a testament to the company’s own drivers who are on the front lines every day, but to all front line staff, whether at the check-out counter at the grocery store or in intensive care at the hospital.
“We are currently all participants in the making of history. Our pandemic challenge, and its global effects across societies and economies, will be studied by students in the future. They will learn about the heroes and heroines of the pandemic, and they will be aghast with the behaviors of the detractors,” says Matthew Cox, Vice President Motorcoach. “Along with our partners, Pacific Western has chosen to recognize the good in humanity by celebrating the frontline heroes and heroines.”
Toronto residents may see these Pacific Western coaches in action for the coming weeks around the Scotiabank Arena, Fairmont Royal York, and Hotel X supporting the transportation of being the Hub City during the postseason playoffs.
“Our staff and drivers that are part of this endeavour are happy to be the bearers of goodwill while ensuring the overall safety of everyone on board our coaches,” says John Stepovy, Director, Motorcoach. “I think there is a real sense of pride in showing our appreciation to front line workers at a time when gratitude and kindness is much needed.”