October 6, 2010

Fabulous' Land selected as leader under 25 finalist

Raymon J. Land III, owner of Fabulous Coach Lines, Branford, Fla., is a finalist in BusinessWeek's America's Best Young Entrepreneurs.

The honors go to young business leaders age 25 and under from across the nation. Voting ends on Octl 21, and the top five vote-getters will be announced on the Small Business channel on Oct. 28.

Land is actively involved with the United Motorcoach Association (UMA) and the American Bus Association. He has presented several conferences at UMA's Expo, educating other operators in marketing and communication aspects of the business. In addition to being one of Metro Magazine's top Innovative Operators, Land was named BusRide Magazine's Motorcoach Operator of the Year.

Fabulous Coach Lines offers premium motorcoach service from the Southeast to destinations across North America.

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