Private Motorcoach co. celebrates 10-year anniversary

Posted on January 21, 2009

Private Motor Coach Inc. (PMC), a Canadian company providing “Anywhere-Anytime” escorted private travel in a luxury motorcoach/bus conversion for up to 10 people in the U.S., Canada, and Central and South America, is celebrating its ten-year anniversary.

In the months leading up to the anniversary, Ed Lonsbary, president and founder, completed a 10,000-mile tour of the U.S. and Canada, showcasing his operation and promoting his concept of private travel. His future plans are to expand the current PMC trip offerings and build a new travel consulting company called Global Tourism Solutions Inc.

Although the tour was without customers onboard, Lonsbary previously completed more than 50 trips and drove more than 165,000 miles throughout the U.S. and Canada, with travelers numbering as few as one or as many as eight aboard.

“Our ten years in business proves that we…succeeded in providing an alternative way to travel that meets the unique needs of travelers,” said Lonsbary. “PMC has earned a highly regarded reputation and will continue operations as a provider of quality private travel that is safe, convenient, and worry-free “Anywhere-Anytime” in the U.S., Canada, Central and South America,” he added.

Lonsbary says his entrepreneurial spirit is stronger than ever with PMC reaching this momentous decade of service. He is also building a new entrepreneurial venture with his wife Patty called Global Tourism Solutions Inc., a company offering tourism management consulting services and destination writing.



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