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ABA unveils new, updated Website

Posted on January 27, 2005

The American Bus Association (ABA) unveiled its new, updated Website Thursday, which offers a more user-friendly, comprehensive design. The ABA gets, on average, 18,000 hits on its homepage each month. The new site includes a section for state associations and state tourism departments with links and contact information. A listserv for state representatives will soon be available to enhance communication between representatives. The site also includes a security page with the latest alerts and guidance for operator and manufacturer members. In addition, there is a component, which allows the ABA to survey the industry at any given time. The goal of the redesign was to develop a website where all visitors can gain enhanced appreciation for the motorcoach and group travel industry, said Peter Pantuso, ABA president and CEO. Visit the new site at www.buses.org.

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