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Planning Your Thanksgiving Travel with Red Arrow

Posted by Red Arrow on Oct 5, 2016 12:51:44 PM

planning-your-thanksgiving-travelMost of us have a hard time slowing down long enough to acknowledge the things — big and small — that resonate in our lives. Take a moment this Thanksgiving to account for, and give thanks for all you have. This year, we celebrate Thanksgiving on Monday, October 10th. Consider spending this time with friends and family — on Red Arrow, we’ll get you home safely to spend the holiday with the ones that matter the most to you.

Get Home Safely with Red Arrow

The only thing better than enjoying a bountiful dinner is doing it with loved ones. Red Arrow makes your decision to travel home a no-brainer with our safe, comfortable and economical coaches. Red Arrow has been traveling Alberta since 1979 and we’re proud to have gained the reputation of being a safe, reliable and friendly company.

On a Red Arrow coach, every seat is luxury class. With features such as reclining leather seats with "private row" seating, your travel experience can't get any more comfortable than this. We also pamper our guests with a complimentary galley with snacks and beverages as well as free wifi, power outlets for your cell phone or laptop, plenty of legroom, local and satellite radio, and onboard movies where you can stay relaxed, connected, and worry free on your trip home.

Check out our schedule to plan your travel for Thanksgiving. Every day people rely on us to drive them safely to their destination, and we’d be honored to bring you home for the holidays. On Red Arrow, we’ve worked hard to bring you the luxuries of home, making on-road travel less of an inconvenience, and more of an experience. While being able to spend time with your family for Thanksgiving is priceless, traveling via Red Arrow makes that decision to go home much easier. So, book your ticket now and let our trustworthy coaches get you safely home. Now that’s something to be thankful for.


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