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March 28, 2013

ABA Report: Marketplace generated $108M in business for attendees

The report, conducted by the New York economic consulting firm John Dunham and Associates, duplicates a study following Marketplace 2012 in Grapevine, Texas, with the $108.3 million figure representing a $30 million increase from 2012 to 2013


May 21, 2012

ABA, N.Y. Group Sales extend agreement

Two groups have long had a very successful relationship. The agreement insures that ABA delegates at future Marketplace events will have more opportunities to network and be entertained at the same time.


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 23, 2010

ABA announces Marketplace 2013, 2014 locations, dates

Marketplace is the first motorcoach tourism and group travel event on the calendar every year, with nearly 3,500 ABA member delegates and industry leaders participating in more than 110,000 quality appointments, attending more than 40 educational seminars, and doing business while at numerous networking events each year.


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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