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October 10, 2013

South Florida RTA wins 4 AdWheel awards

Received the grand prize and a first prize in the Promotion/Special Event category for its “Ride and Play Day,” an event created to attract leisure riders, primarily families, to promote the new hourly schedule on weekends and holidays.


May 1, 2012

Fla.’s PSTA launches rider information videos

The new video series, Bus Buzz!, kicks off with its first episode featuring the agency’s 2011 Driver of the Year Vance Wegner sharing tips with riders that will help them avoid being passed by the bus.


July 21, 2009

Motorcoach Council launches outreach campaign

The Council chose to utilize motorcoaches to officially kick off the new promotion and boast their competitive edge over planes, trains and personal autos, a cost effective strategy that embodies the grass-roots spirit of the campaign. The campaign's highly scalable, flexible, and fluid approach affords coach operators the ability to retain their own branding and identity while participating in the campaign.


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