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Innovative Operator Profile: Being Fabulous Everyday

Motorcoach| April 24, 2013
Most eighth-graders are usually happy enough to go on a field trip; few ever take the reins and actually plan the entire trip, and even fewer parlay that experience into starting their own charter operation by the age of seventeen.

Innovative Operator Profile: Keeping Customer Communication Open

Motorcoach| April 24, 2013
When Cline Tours owner and operator John McCommon bought the company in 1996, it consisted of one bus, one lease operator and focused on charter service.
Motorcoach| April 24, 2013

Innovative Operator Profile: Building Relationships

Prior to founding Chicago Classic Coach LLC, President Richard L. Hausman resurrected another local company, making it a major market player
Motorcoach| April 24, 2013

Innovative Operator Profile: Top Driver Performance Increases Business

In 1930, family-owned Capital/Colonial Trailways opened with a dozen buses, just for scheduled service, similar to Greyhound.
Management & Operations| April 24, 2013

Innovative Operator Profile: Engineering Advantage

Brown Coach Vice President Stephen B. Brown, P.E., has a unique education that makes him stand out from most coach operators.
Motorcoach| April 19, 2013

Innovative Operator Profile: Diverse Service, Strategies Bring Success

It has been a busy year for Penn.-based Bieber Tourways.
Management & Operations| April 17, 2013

Innovative Operator Profile: Running Leaner Through Downsizing

St. Louis, Mo.-based Mid American Coaches has seen a lot in its more than four decades in business. The company, which began as a six-bus transit line and occasional charter in 1927, has grown into a successful 23-vehicle charter service and tour operation.
Management & Operations| April 17, 2013

Innovative Operator Profile: Reputation Built on Attention to Details

Jimmy Hall, owner of Hampton Roads, Va.-based Venture Bus Tours, has buses in his blood. He began working for his grandfather’s bus company, Gallop Tours, when he was just a child.
Management & Operations| April 17, 2013

Innovative Operator Profile: Adapting and Building Relationships Boosts Business

People often owe their success in business to their ability to adapt. Richard Maben, president of Utah Trailways, has been adapting his business since its inception, with positive results.
Management & Operations| April 17, 2013

Innovative Operator Profile: Safety First, Passenger Comfort Foremost

To help modernize their fleet, cut down on maintenance costs and attract customers, Tai Pan Tours recently invested $5 million in 10 brand new Setra S417s

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