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Major Motorcoach Groups Urge End To Government Shutdown

Posted on January 17, 2019
"This shutdown is unnecessarily causing harm to the nation’s economy," the joint statement reads. "This prolonged political fight will have negative impacts on the country – and our industries – for months and possibly years to come. Our members are already experiencing hardships and loss of revenue from the shutdown." (Flickr.com photo by James Palinsad)
"This shutdown is unnecessarily causing harm to the nation’s economy," the joint statement reads. "This prolonged political fight will have negative impacts on the country – and our industries – for months and possibly years to come. Our members are already experiencing hardships and loss of revenue from the shutdown." (Flickr.com photo by James Palinsad)

WASHINGTON, D.C. --- A number of group tour and travel associations came together this week to urge Congress and the Administration to end the government shutdown immediately and avoid further harmful economic effects to the United States and its tourism industry.

The American Bus Association, United Motorcoach Association, and International Motorcoach Group are among the advocates.

ABA press release here

Related Topics: American Bus Association, buses, business travel, economic outlook, group travel, industry leaders, industry politics, International Motorcoach Group, leisure travel, motorcoach operators, motorcoaches, tourism, United Motorcoach Association, Washington DC

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