December 1, 2010

ABA, Terrapin Blue partner to offer security services

The American Bus Association (ABA) formed an exclusive partnership with Terrapin Blue Holdings LLC, a provider of emergency preparedness and security services and assistance with establishing public-private partnerships, to offer ABA members access to new tools.

“ABA is excited to offer our members new benefits through our new alliance with Terrapin Blue’s family of companies,” said ABA President/CEO Peter J. Pantuso, CTIS. “Terrapin Blue has extensive experience working to help facilitate public-private partnerships, providing innovative security and emergency preparedness solutions, transportation contracts, and other programs we hope ABA members will take advantage of.”

The Terrapin Blue companies include Community Spec LLC; Plan of Action LLC; and Green Room International Productions LLC; and meet ABA’s criteria for being committed to help private motorcoach companies grow and thrive in the evolving North American motorcoach, tourism and group travel industry business environment.

Terrapin Blue will be exhibiting at the ABA Product Pavilion January 8 to 9 during the American Bus Marketplace 2011 in Philadelphia Jan. 8 to 12, 2011.

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