News Tagged With: ontario-motor-coach-association
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June 21, 2012

ABA, OMCA partner with tour portal site

The CharterBusConnect.com link appears in the Vital Links section on each of 65 destination portals, as well as under Industry Resources from the main navigation bar and TheTourOperator.com link.


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.


November 3, 2010

ABA, OMCA launch online travel booking portal

CharterBusConnect.com enables users to request multiple quotes at once from many charter operators for group travel, without a fee. Company profiles on the site include their safety records, insurance coverage levels.


August 12, 2010

ABA, OMCA plan joint tour operator summit

Slated for March 30-31, 2011 at the Turning Stone Resort in Verona, N.Y., the event will feature educational seminars, business sessions, networking events and a mini-exhibit show.


April 21, 2009

GroupConnect names Powers VP, sales/mktg

GroupConnect is being developed specifically for the motorcoach, tour and travel industry as a way for ABA and OMCA members to increase their opportunities to network with the group travel business, as well to provide access to new educational resources.


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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