Both motorcoach and intercity passenger rail also reduce our nation’s dependence on foreign oil and make the U.S. economy more competitive.
Started as a limousine company in 1992 while attending college, Ted Littell has expanded White Knight Transportation to 20 motorcoaches and approximately 50 employees through niche business and word of mouth.
Innovation is a word that best suits New World Tours. The operation’s fleet consists of 32 2007 Van Hool C2000 series motorcoaches, built by ABC Companies, designed based on feedback provided from a focus group.
When larger school districts in South Dakota began preferring motorcoaches to the traditional yellow school buses in the early 1990s, a door opened for Miller, S.D.-based Foreman Charters.
Most eighth-graders are usually happy enough to go on a field trip; few ever take the reins and actually plan the entire trip, and even fewer parlay that experience into starting their own charter operation by the age of seventeen.
When Cline Tours owner and operator John McCommon bought the company in 1996, it consisted of one bus, one lease operator and focused on charter service.
Prior to founding Chicago Classic Coach LLC, President Richard L. Hausman resurrected another local company, making it a major market player
In 1930, family-owned Capital/Colonial Trailways opened with a dozen buses, just for scheduled service, similar to Greyhound.
Brown Coach Vice President Stephen B. Brown, P.E., has a unique education that makes him stand out from most coach operators.
VIP Tour and Charter Bus Co. in Portland, Maine, opened its doors for business in 1985 with one vehicle, a 1953 GMC 4104.
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