Citylink Ireland refreshes GoBus brand

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Following Citylink Ireland’s acquisition of GoBus, the National Public Passenger Transport Coach company has revised its corporate look, as featured recently by Universal Graphics, which undertook the application of the new livery, which includes dual branding.

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