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ABA elects new members to board

Posted on February 20, 2008

The American Bus Association (ABA) named more than a dozen new members to its board of directors during its annual meeting in Virginia Beach, Va.  

The new members are:  

Darren Berg, CEO of MTR Western in Seattle; Bill Bergstrom, executive vice president and COO of Coach America in Dallas; Dane Cornell, president & CEO of ABC Companies in Winter Garden, Fla.; Dave Leach, president & CEO of Greyhound Lines in Dallas; Rick Manna, sales manager of ZF Industries in Vernon Hills, Ill.; John Meier, GM & CEO of Badger Coaches in Madison, Wis.; Dale Moser, CEO of Coach USA in Paramus, N.J.; C.W. Newman, vice president of Express Transportation in Orlando, Fla.; Arthur Keith, Sr. vice president & GM of Gaylord Opryland in Nashville, Tenn.; Ross Summers, president & CEO of the Branson Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce & Convention & Visitors Bureau; Greg Shipley, CEO of Academic Travel Services in Hendersonville, N.C.; and Sara Hamlin, vice president of Tourism for the Greater Birmingham Convention & Visitors Bureau and 2009 Marketplace chair for the event scheduled to take place Jan. 7-12 in Charlotte, N.C.  

The new board was elected unanimously by voice vote of ABA members.

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