IMG names STARR Bus Charter & Tours Operator of the Year

Posted on August 13, 2015

At the final night of IMG’s annual “Strategic Alliance Meeting” in Verona, N.Y., the prestigious “Operator of the Year” award was proudly presented to Alan Glickman, CEO of STARR Bus Charter & Tours, based in Trenton, N.J.

Each year, IMG shareholders recognize one of their own for this honor, based on a criterion of operational excellence, safety performance, best practices, community and motorcoach industry involvement, and engagement within the International Motorcoach Group.

Founded in 1947 by Gilbert Sussman, today, there are second and third generation family members working in the business, under the leadership of Alan Glickman, Sussman’s son-in-law. STARR proudly serves the southeastern states of Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware and also provides packaged tours to over 100 destinations worldwide.

“STARR is a wonderful company that in so many ways reflects the spirit and commitment of an IMG company — we are very proud to have STARR as IMG’s Operator of the Year,” said IMG President Bronwyn Wilson.

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