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New Company Aims To Disrupt Bus Broker Industry

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Posted on December 4, 2019
Booking online is becoming more prevalent than ever (Photo via Unsplash user John Schnobrich)

Booking online is becoming more prevalent than ever (Photo via Unsplash user
John Schnobrich)

Global Charter Services Inc. (GCS) is the parent company of BusBank, Buster.com, and FestDrive, which work with a nationwide network of operator partners to provide group transportation options for meeting and event planners and groups attending ballgames and music festivals. They do so by aggregating several operators to develop market prices for each trip.

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Related Topics: brokers, buses, executive vans, luxury vans, mini-buses, motorcoaches, online reservations, shuttle vans

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Comments ( 1 )
  • Anthony

     | about 2 months ago

    Not a fan of this concept !!!! The original company had a bus fire due to lack of lubrication on the rear axle and aprox 24 senior citizens died.... A business model just simply to book online and find desperate operators is an accident waiting to happen.. Imagine if you simply had the name of all the companies in california.. are you just going to farm out to any of them ? No your not because the various types of operators and vehicles (circus circus operators, junk vehicles)

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