Based in Orlando, Fla., the operation is expanding markets and tapping tech for operational efficiencies.
Focusing on safety, tech amenities key to fleet success is the key to success for the Omaha, Neb. operation.
Yankee Trails - Rensselaer, N.Y.
To bring in business during the holiday season, Yankee Trails launched “Santa’s Magical Express.” The service includes a holiday-themed scavenger hunt and sing-a-longs.
Windstar Lines - Carroll, Iowa
Windstar Lines has acquired about 10 smaller motorcoach operators in the past 12 years to expand its service and stay competitive in the market.
Tornado Bus Co. - Dallas
The Tornado Bus Co.’s new bus facility, which opened in October, encompasses 8.5 acres and is 10 minutes from downtown Dallas.
Peter Pan Bus Lines - Springfield, Mass.
Peter Pan added new MCI J4500s to its fleet. The coaches have clean-diesel engine technology to help reduce emissions and burn less fuel.
Pacific Coachways - Garden Grove, Calif.
Pacific Coachways received the California Highway Patrol’s STAR award in 2010 and 2012 for its outstanding safety record — the result of thorough driver training, according to the operator.
B&W Charters - Kalamazoo, Mich.
Events such as holiday and light tours keep B&W Charters’ trolleys running in the winter. The vehicles are in high demand during wedding season in the spring and summer.
A Candies Coachworks - Gainesville, Fla.
After branching out from limo service into charter tours in 2006, A Candies Coachworks began providing service for University of Florida athletic teams.
Pacific Western Group of Companies - Calgary
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