Management & Operations

ABA launches ‘Overdrive’ blog

Posted on May 18, 2006

The American Bus Association has launched a new blog, Overdrive, that will serve as a complement to its traditional Website and engage ABA members with commentary, perspectives on industry news and issues by President/CEO Peter J. Pantuso and other industry leaders. Overdrive will enable visitors to read and post comments, search topics and sign up to receive free updates via e-mail. The blog will include new entries every Wednesday written primarily by Pantuso, and guest bloggers, including members and industry partners, will periodically provide content as well. “This new communication tool not only expands our ability to communicate with our members, but also helps foster a less formal, more timely and direct avenue for our members to communicate with us and with each other,” said Pantuso in a statement. Motorcoach legislative and regulatory, travel-related, tour operator, ABA-specific and other topics of interest are some of the issues that Overdrive will cover. Overdrive can be found at or through the ABA’s Website

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