Motorcoach

DC Trails joins IMG network

Posted on February 11, 2019

Since their inception, DC Trails has grown to a fleet of over 65 motorcoaches that provide charter services, Hop-on-Hop-Off Washington DC tours, and daily route services from the Washington D.C. region to New York City.
DC Trails/IMG
Since their inception, DC Trails has grown to a fleet of over 65 motorcoaches that provide charter services, Hop-on-Hop-Off Washington DC tours, and daily route services from the Washington D.C. region to New York City.
DC Trails/IMG

The International Motorcoach Group (IMG) has welcomed DC Trails of Lorton, Virginia to its network.

“Bill Torres and his team are excited about becoming part of the IMG network and the tools we can bring to their business. IMG is equally as pleased to have DC Trails as our newest member company,” said IMG President Bronwyn Wilson.

DC Trails was founded in 2001 with a mission to provide accurate and timely transportation service for their customers in a safe, efficient, and professional manner.

Since their inception, DC Trails has grown to a fleet of over 65 motorcoaches that provide charter services, Hop-on-Hop-Off Washington DC tours, and daily route services from the Washington D.C. region to New York City.

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