Motor Coach Canada launches revamped Website

Posted on March 16, 2010

Motor Coach Canada (MCC) recently launched a new and improved Website to more fully meet the needs of members and to provide information to consumers. The impetus behind the new site was to make it easier to use by creating a more intuitive menu bar. 

Ann Fairley, Vice President of MCC states, “Our objective when we decided to revise our Website was to increase the functionality for our members. We are excited that the new design meets that objective. Our mission is to assist members in their day-to-day business and having an easy way to use the Website will help us achieve that mission.”

The increased functionality of the Website is further enhanced by a vibrant design that continues to highlight the national scope of Motor Coach Canada.

As an added feature for members MCC added banner advertising to allow members to promote their services to other members.

The new Website allows members to download a membership database, update their profile, pay outstanding invoices (from My Association) and use the detailed member search to research business partners. Members who need assistance or require their username and password can email for assistance. Visit to view the revamped site.

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