GoMotorcoach announced they now offer free social media library designed to help operators target niche markets on their social media platforms.

"Starting a social media campaign can be a difficult task. With our new Social Media Library we have made it simple for operators to get their social media sites up and running," said Chairman Peter Shelbo. "Operators can choose text posts, videos or images, and the best part is that it's free for everyone."

The social media library has three of the campaigns available for users to cut and paste into their own social media platforms.

"We have completed the religious, wedding and wine tour campaigns in the social media library. Our team is busy working on the creating more social media libraries every day,” said Chris Riddell, marketing developer for the Motorcoach Marketing Council.

The free social media libraries are available on the Motorcoach Marketing Council's industry website, www.motorcoachmarketing.org.

In addition to this new free social media library, there are 23 niche marketing campaigns in the GoMotorcoach Toolbox available for subscribers to create a variety of professional quality printed material to be easily branded and updated to the needs of each operator. Shelbo reminds the industry to visit the website and review the training videos available free to the industry as well.

GoMotorcoach is pleased to announce the winners of a one year subscription to the Niche Marketing Toolbox. Visitors to the GoMotorcoach booth at ABA Marketplace and UMA Expo could enter a drawing made on Valentine’s Day. The company winners are Pacific Coach, Jefferson Lines, Miller Transportation, and Austin Charter Services.

The Motorcoach Marketing Council is an operator-driven coalition of motorcoach operators; coach vendors; state, regional and national associations; suppliers; vendors; and travel and tourism partners all working together to improve our industry’s image. The Motorcoach Marketing Council volunteer Board of Directors currently includes motorcoach operators and the executive directors of UMA, ABA and IMG.

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