Motorcoach

Annett Bus Lines joins IMG

Posted on June 23, 2015

The International Motorcoach Group (IMG) announced that Sebring, Fla.’s Annett Bus Lines is the newest addition to their North American network.

Annett Bus Lines joins IMG’s Escot Bus Line in the Florida market and brings the IMG network to 53 companies in both the U.S. and Canada.

"We are excited to have been accepted into arguably one of the best groups of Transportation Company’s on the planet,” said Brian Annett. “Annett Bus Lines will be a great fit into the IMG organization and we look forward to strengthening the network in Florida and throughout the southeastern United States".

Founded in 1976 by Eric and Norma Jean Annett, Annett Bus Lines today is one of the most respected motorcoach companies in North America. A second generation family company, owned and operated by brothers Brian and David Annett, Annett Bus Lines enhances the IMG network with multiple locations around Central and Northern Florida including Jacksonville, Ocala, Sebring and Madison/Tallahassee.

“We are delighted to have Annett Bus Lines join IMG. They share IMG’s core values with respect to safety, reliability and training and will build on IMG’s presence in the state of Florida,” said IMG President Bronwyn Wilson.

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