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New UMA President Stresses Driver Shortage, Heavy Rules

Posted on February 7, 2018
Stacy Tetschner, CEO of the United Motorcoach Association (photo: UMA)
Stacy Tetschner, CEO of the United Motorcoach Association (photo: UMA)

SAN ANTONIO, Texas --- The new President and CEO of the United Motorcoach Association compensates for his complex last name with an email that highlights his recent status: [email protected]

At the opening session of the UMA Expo on Jan. 7, Stacy Tetschner, the former head of the National Speakers Association, made his official debut to the audience of motorcoach operators from around the nation. Not shy about being the new guy, he quickly delved into the top challenges facing the industry and how the UMA plans to help its members.

Tetschner, the successor to longtime CEO Victor Parra who retired last year, elaborated on the state of the industry and the UMA in an interview with Metro Magazine.

Q&A article here

Related Topics: industry leaders, motorcoach operators, tradeshows, United Motorcoach Association

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