Motorcoach

Motorcoach Council chooses Finelight

Posted on November 4, 2008

The Motorcoach Council tapped Finelight to lead the organization’s national consumer and business-to-business marketing efforts.

The Motorcoach Council is an industry association comprised of motorcoach operators, associations, manufacturers, suppliers, and travel and tourism industry professionals. The goal of the council is to increase public awareness and use of coach transportation.

Finelight was chosen by the Council, following an extensive review of marketing and advertising agencies, based on a number of criteria including creativity, strategy, process and chemistry.

Finelight will begin its work for the Council by providing marketing and public relations services for two upcoming industry trade shows in January 2009, with future plans including creating a strategic campaign for the Council that will drive a long-term funding component, brand development, extensive interactive work, traditional advertising, public relations and grassroots tactics.

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