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Specialty Vehicles delivers Classic American Tram to Brookgreen Gardens

(November 2011)


November 4, 2011 Henderson, NV - Specialty Vehicles is pleased to deliver the Supreme Classic American Tram to Brookgreen Gardens in time for their much anticipated 80th anniversary. In 1931, Founders Archer and Anna Hyatt Huntington organized a non-profit institution with a lofty mission: providing a showcase for American figurative sculpture within a refuge for native plants and animals. A year later, Brookgreen was to the public, it is the first sculpture garden in the United States and designated as a National Historic Landmark.

“The Classic American Tram is ideal for this type of mixed application, its open-air arrangement and ample seating make it a perfect fit for the beautiful scenery Brookgreen Gardens. This vehicle was customized with 4-wheel drive to maneuver their unique and natural terrain” says Leah Munoz, Specialty Vehicles President.

The Classic American Tram is a versatile product that fits well for a variety of applications. This vehicle comes standard with climate controlled driver’s cabin, non-slip altro flooring, back-up alarm, fiberglass gel coated seats, interior/exterior lighting and radio with speakers throughout. This vehicle is unique in that it is street legal and can reach highway speeds. All Specialty Vehicles products can be customized for handicap accessibility.

 Since 1982, Specialty Vehicles has been the premier provider of the most diversified line of transportation vehicles in the world, including specialty trolleys, trams, electric shuttles, buses and now The Metro Tram . Our current staff has experience ranging from sales and marketing to vehicle maintenance and technical application.  In 1997, Specialty Vehicles formed a partnership with Startrans and became the exclusive distributor for Supreme's Classic American Tram and Classic American Trolley.

Brookgreen Gardens, a National Historic Landmark and non-profit organization, is located on U.S. 17 between Myrtle Beach and Pawleys Island, South Carolina, and is open to the public daily. For more information, consult our web site at .

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