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You can never lend too much consideration to safety—especially when it comes to mapping out and embarking on your group's next adventure.
The American Bus Association—the industry leader advancing North American motorcoach travel and tourism—applauded Congress for agreeing to a third COVID-19 economic relief package, but says, ultimately, they missed the bus.
The American Bus Association—the industry leader advancing North American motorcoach travel and tourism—recently announced the creation of the African American Motorcoach Council (AAMC), which joins the other networking and business Councils that are a part of ABA.
On Friday, September 11, the American Bus Association sent out an op-ed to political, transportation and trade reporters highlighting what will happen to our industry if they do not receive Congressional assistance in the form of the CERTS Act or other financial help.
Groups Today sat down with group travel industry association leaders Carylann Assante, SYTA executive director; Pam Inman, NTA president; Peter Pantuso, ABA president and CEO; and Doug Switzer, OMCA president/CEO, to catch state-of-the-industry sound bites. There were some expectations and a few surprises in their comments.
Those with years in the travel industry have faced big changes and incredible challenges.
Groups Today caught up with Peter Pantuso, President & CEO of the American Bus Association, at the 2019 ABA Marketplace in Louisville, Kentucky.
Although illegal, human trafficking is an unfortunately booming business.
Thursday, November 19, 2015, American Bus Association (ABA), International Motorcoach Group (IMG), National Tour Association (NTA), Student Youth Travel Association (SYTA) and United Motorcoach Association (UMA) issued the following statement:
Eleven association leaders hold unprecedented meeting, seek to safeguard members' businesses.