Greyhound celebrates 100 years in business

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Greyhound is hitting the road to celebrate 100 years of business.

Saturday, the rolling exhibit stopped by Victory Field in downtown Indy. It's part of a nearly 40-city Centennial Tour highlighting Greyhound's transformation throughout the years. Visitors could walk through a mobile museum and tour classic coaches from as early as 1914.

The display had special meaning for one man who drove up from Evansville. His late father worked for the company for 40 years.

"It's just kind of a unique piece of America, and my dad being a part of that history for so many years, we wanted to drive up and check it out," said Tim Shipp. "Seeing all these old buses that have all been restored and really been cared for and taken care for, it's really neat to bring back a lot of memories."

Tim said his parents actually met each other at the Greyhound terminal in Evansville. So his favorite part of Saturday was giving his mother a way to look back on those memories.