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February 7, 2013

MCI honors green motorcoach operations

The Green Highway and Green Operator awards both have the support of the University of Vermont’s Certification for Sustainable Transportation program, led by David Kestenbaum, director, who is behind eRating, a certification program that recognizes sustainable forms of transportation.


November 20, 2012

Prevost donates H3-45 to ABA Foundation auction

Vehicle is equipped with a fuel efficient Volvo D13 engine and Volvo I-Shift transmission as well as safety features including Prevost Electronic Stability Program, fire suppression and tire pressure monitoring system.


October 5, 2012

ABA taps Louisville, Ky. for 2016 Marketplace

Will be the organization’s 38th annual gathering, but it marks the first time the city has hosted this event.


September 27, 2012

ABA taps St. Louis for 2015 Marketplace

More than 3,000 attendees are estimated to attend Marketplace 2015. Marketplace is the show where business gets done, generating nearly $80 million dollars for the delegates, suppliers and host city in 2012.


September 13, 2012

NTSB to offer crisis training at ABA Marketplace

Will conduct a one-day crisis management training at the conclusion of the 2013 event in Charlotte, N.C. National Interstate Insurance is the exclusive sponsor.


January 21, 2009

More than 3,000 attend ABA Marketplace in Charlotte

Show features included a comprehensive exhibit of new motorcoaches, with 13 models on the event floor, some offered for test drives.


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