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January 18, 2011

LaHood praises ABA, BISC for safety, security commitment

Members of the ABA also collectively donated or pledged $45,000 to the Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation as part of the Philadelphia 2011 "Marketplace Gives Back" program.


September 22, 2010

TLPA encourages members to go pink for breast cancer awareness

Through "Pink Ride," TLPA members can raise awareness by painting all or a portion of one or more fleet vehicles pink, or by affixing the official pink ribbon decal with the TLPA logo and the words "Pink Ride" next to it.


September 1, 2010

MV donates $20K to aid disabled in Haiti

The Freedom of Mobility Donation will allow the group to provide mobility devices, such as wheelchairs and walkers, to its focal points to serve persons with disabilities who live in affected Haitian communities.


January 22, 2010

ABA raises $45K for Yellow Ribbon Fund

Over the past several years, ABA has made it a priority to give something back to the Marketplace host region community by selecting a worthy charitable cause.


January 21, 2010

ABC to match Haiti earthquake donations

Many organizations within the motorcoach industry have already made sizeable donations to aid Haiti, including the United Motorcoach Association and the American Bus Association.


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