On May 27, the Russian ice hockey team made a grand tour in the city center of Moscow to celebrate their victory in the 2014 Ice Hockey World Championships held in Minsk, the capital of Belarus. All the team members took the HIGER double-decker sightseeing bus and toured from Pushkin Square to the Kremlin Palace, covering a distance of about two kilometers and attracting wide media and public attention.
On the final match of the 2014 Ice Hockey World Championships held on May 25, Russia defeated Finland 5 to 2, marking its fifth time victory in history. Vladimir Putin watched the final game and conferred national honorary medals on all members of the team.
HIGER double-deckers are mostly working on the major tour bus routes. Thanks to their eye-catching appearances and high reliability, they have helped their operators raise massive advertising income.
The celebration held by the Russian ice hockey team on HIGER double-decker further boosts HIGER’s image among the local residents. Our goal is to provide even better products and services to all customers worldwide.