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April 19, 2011

ABA, OMCA hold first joint tour operator summit

The Tour Operator Summit, held on March 30 and 31 in Verona, N.Y., featured educational seminars, business sessions, networking events, and a mini-trade show. Forty-five bus and tour operator and 77 tour supplier members of both organizations from both sides of the border attended the event.


September 22, 2009

Palmeri to managing director for GroupConnect.com

Joining the organization as it prepares for its launch, Palmeri will be responsible for developing and executing a vigorous strategic business plan; managing product development and marketing plans; working to build coalitions to achieve broad third-party stakeholder outreach; and serving as the group's primary media spokesperson.


February 4, 2009

ABA, OMCA choose Project 2010 Web name

The selection of the name culminated with a final vote, following Webinars, focus groups and an opportunity to suggest names.


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