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ABA Produces New Motorcoach Industry Video Recap

Posted on February 20, 2013

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The American Bus Association has released its newest edition of Motorcoach Travel News, a video news program hosted by Dan Ronan, senior director of communications, media relations and marketing at ABA.

In the February edition, the American Bus Association reports on the following:

  • A new safety brochure titled “Before You Hire A Motorcoach Company: What You Need To Know,” produced by the ABA, Student and Youth Travel Association and Bus Industry Safety Council. This packet educates consumers about their rights and responsibilities when it comes to selecting a safe motorcoach company. It’s available free from the ABA for operators to give to their consumers. It can be downloaded in PDF form by clicking here: Before You Hire A Motorcoach: What You Need To Know
  • ABA President / CEO Peter Pantusso discusses motorcoach safety and the retirement of Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood.
  • Motor Coach Industries CEO discusses MCI’s “Quality at the Source” initiative and the company’s focus on reliablilty.
  • Recap of Marketplace 2013 and preview of Marketplace 2014 in Nashville.

If the video above does not play, please watch it here: Motorcoach Travel News

Source: American Bus Association

Related Topics: American Bus Association, bus market, buses, group travel, Motor Coach Industries, motorcoaches

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