CMI In The News - Coach Conversion Makes Debut on Primetime TV
Posted Wednesday, May 2, 2007

Coach Conversion Makes Debut on Primetime TV



(COLUMBUS, OH) – A coach conversion built by Creative Mobile Interiors, based in Grove City, Ohio will appear in a segment of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition on Sunday, May 13. The bus will pull up with the builder, Kevin Green in the show centered around the Jacobo family who live in Kansas City, MO. 

The H345 Prevost was converted for Coach Quarters, with offices in Columbus, Cincinnati and Nashville. Coach Quarters,, leases and sells fractional shares of the motor coach. Fractional ownership is a new concept in motor coach ownership and Coach Quarters is the first company of its kind. The coach is specifically designed for meetings and entertaining with state-of-the-art electronic equipment including five flat screen TV's with Direct TV, two high definition in-motion satellite receivers, two Denon audio systems, high tech video switchers, and in-motion web browsing capabilities.  
The back room can either serve as an 80-square-foot meeting room or sleeping quarters for two. The removable table in the center can turn the area from a board room to a bedroom in minutes. And with a flip of the switch, the two twin sleeper couches mechanically move together to form a queen bed. The coach has sleeping accommodations for a total of five people and seats up to 18. 
Other features include a fully appointed galley with microwave, refrigerator/freezer, liquor storage, and loads of drawers and cabinets. The contemporary bathroom features an air actuated sliding door, a residential style china commode, vanity with designer lighting and a spacious shower. The bathroom even has its own flat screen monitor so that crucial plays will never be missed.
The bus has plenty of storage bins on board for golf clubs, luggage, product demonstration or other equipment. A trash disposal was installed with a convenient chute that carries trash to a large receptacle located in the under floor compartment. Two armless awnings stretch the length of the coach for outdoor activities. A full outdoor entertainment center can be set up to entertain and serve guests.
CMI was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in four plants totaling 21,000 square feet in Grove City, Ohio.  The company specializes in converting motor coaches, vans, trailers and mini-coaches into luxury, commercial and specialty vehicles outfitted with custom top-of-the-line amenities and electronics For more information, CMI can be reached at (614) 539-4600, or at   
"Extreme Makeover: Home Edition," which has won back-to-back Emmy Awards as Best Reality Program (non-competitive), is in its 4th season on ABC.  The program is produced by Endemol USA, a division of Endemol Holding.  Denise Cramsey is the executive producer; and David Goldberg is the president of Endemol USA.

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