Found June 20, 2013 on Love My Bravos:
ATLANTA (JUNE 20, 2013) - After years of bringing the Atlanta Braves into the homes of thousands of Braves fans on television, FOX Sports South is excited to bring Braves fans to Turner Field with the launch of the FOX Sports South Fan Express luxury bus. Throughout the season, Braves fans can ride in style to watch their favorite team play, at no additional cost to their group ticket package. The luxury coach’s design features billboard-sized images of Braves stars, including Jason Heyward, Craig Kimbrel, Justin Upton, Tim Hudson and Freddie Freeman, that will turn heads as the Fan Express bus escorts groups across Braves Country to Turner Field.  The interior of the bus will feature Wi-Fi and highlight videos. Groups of 35-50 people can book the luxury vehicle by calling the Braves group sales department at 404-614-1493.  Additional information can be found at www.braves.com/fanexpress. ------------------ Love that JHey is in high socks down the side of the bus; a lot of old-schoo...
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