The âeye-catchingâ new designs of general public transport vehicles (GPTs) are gaining a lot of attention across central Kansas, said Christina Jimenez, transportation manager for Sunflower Diversified Services.
Sunflower operates GPT service throughout its five-county service area. The non-profit agency serves disabled and retarded children and adults.
âWe received a lot of good feedback on the vehicle wraps,â Jimenez said. âCustomers, staff and the public are talking about the beauty of our buses and vans.
“We hope that the new envelopes will draw even more attention to our vital transportation services,” she added. âCustomers rely on our buses and vans, but GPT is available to everyone in our local and regional communities. If you need a trip to shop or make an appointment, we’ve got you covered.
Mark’s Custom Signs, Great Bend, packed all the vehicles and âdid a great job,â Jimenez commented. âThe enveloping design of each vehicle is a bit of an illustration of everything we do here at Sunflower. “
In addition to transportation, the envelopes describe services such as recycling, confidential paper shredding, residential support and many other programs, Jimenez noted.
Sunflower serves infants, toddlers and adults in Barton, Pawnee, Rice, Rush and Stafford counties. He is in his 55th year.