N.Y.’s Monsey Tours expands Facebook, Twitter presence

Posted on August 27, 2012

Brooklyn, N.Y.-based Monsey Tours is highlighting its new presence on various social networks. The charter bus company is available at and expanded its Internet presence to include profiles on Facebook and Twitter. Customers can now interact with the bus provider by commenting, posting questions, and learning about special savings.

On Facebook, Monsey Tours utilizes the new Timeline interface to share photos and ideas for places future charter bus passengers can explore on their travels. The company’s profile, which is currently followed by over 4,200 devoted fans, is updated daily with pictures depicting roller coasters, museums, concerts, hiking trips, and other ideas for fun adventures.

The New York charter bus company also provides helpful information for customers, including a photo of daily bus routes. Facebook Fans of the bus company are also able to participate in exclusive Facebook contests, such as one recent giveaway, which provided the winner with a complementary booklet of 10 free charter bus tickets.

On Twitter, Monsey Tours interacts with over 470 followers by asking questions like, “What type of music do you like to listen to on long trips?” The bus service provider also shares ideas for making road trips more fun, like round-ups of the best games to play on a long car ride. The charter bus service also shares informative links with its Twitter followers including, daily bus schedules.

Aside from the company’s devotion to its online community, it also helps the community at large by maintaining long-term service contracts with the NYC Board of Education, the NYC Administration for Children’s Services, and the NYS Office of Parks and Recreation. Monsey also offers a wide variety of charter bus options, including daily lines for commuters, leisurely trips to casinos, travel for athletic teams, cross-country transportation, transport to and from the airport, and bus services for family reunions.

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