Calif.'s St. Mary's College renews athletics contract with coach co.

Posted on July 12, 2010

[IMAGE]ElC.jpg[/IMAGE]Moraga, Calif.-based Saint Mary's College (SMC) extended its agreement with El Camino Trailways to serve as the "Official Motor Coach Company" for the Department of Athletics and all 14 of its Division 1 sports programs.

El Camino Trailways provides charter buses for the San Francisco Bay Area and Silicon Valley. As the "Official Motor Coach" provider for SMC Athletics, El Camino will service all SMC's ground transportation needs. El Camino will also provide service and great rates for visiting teams, fan rooter buses and other needs that should arise throughout the year, according to the operator.

"We are very pleased to extend our agreement with El Camino Trailways," said Assistant Athletic Director, Mike Samuels. "El Camino Trailways has done a fantastic job of fulfilling not just SMC's ground transportation needs, but also logistics for our athletic department and dealing with last minute changes for tournaments. We are happy to know that we, as well as many of our visiting teams, will be able to utilize their services again this season."


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