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A Guide To The Leading U.S. Motorcoach Services

Posted on January 10, 2018
(Photo: IMG)
(Photo: IMG)

The International Motorcoach Group (IMG) has just released its 2018 Travel Resource Guide, an industry planning tool essential to all travel and meeting planners.

“At trade shows, customer visits, and in conversation with individuals we hear how valuable this publication is. We know this publication is not only useful, but brings value and opportunities to IMG member companies,” said Bronwyn Wilson, president of IMG.

The publication is distributed to more than 15,000 businesses. It includes an easy-to-use layout, and information important in the planning process such as: Facility locations, vehicle types and sizes, and the key contacts of the 56 companies that make up the IMG network.

The International Motorcoach Group is the leading network of transportation providers in North America dedicated to providing premier ground transportation through elevated standards of performance. This private organization has an uncompromising commitment to high standards in the areas of safety, maintenance, training, on road support, and customer service.

In addition to the print version, IMG’s Travel Resource Guide can be accessed in electronic format.

Information: Bronwyn Wilson, IMG President, [email protected] or (913) 906-0111


Related Topics: business travel, corporate travel, ground transportation, group transportation, Internatonal Motorcoach Group, leisure travel, motorcoach operators, peer groups, procurement

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