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Int'l Motor Coach Group names new president

Posted on February 7, 2012

The International Motor Coach Group (IMG) named Bronwyn Wilson as its next president.

With more than 30 years of experience in the domestic and international travel industry, Wilson comes to IMG after serving as president of Australian Pacific Touring (APT), an international tour and travel company. As president of North American operations, Wilson was responsible for sales and marketing initiatives with key wholesale partners, travel agents and overseeing APT's Canadian touring program.

Wilson replaces outgoing President Steven Klika. Under the leadership of Klika, IMG grew as an internationally recognized organization focused on safety and operational excellence.

During the 11-year tenure of Klika, IMG created a comprehensive online driver training curriculum, established bulk purchasing relationships with vendors, and developed a coordinated marketing program partnering with over 200 travel and tourism organizations throughout the U.S. and Canada.

 

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