Motorcoach

IMG adds Karst Stage to network

Posted on November 5, 2015

The International Motorcoach Group (IMG) welcomed Karst Stage, Mont., into their North American network, bringing the network to 55 companies. Karst Stage has facilities in Bozeman, Billings, Big Sky, and West Yellowstone.

“We are excited to have Karst Stage join IMG, as they will bring great coverage and service to some of the United States most wonderful states for touring – with motorcoach travel being the primary and best way to experience Montana and the national parks,” said IMG President Bronwyn Wilson. “Karst Stage helps IMG expand their national footprint to our customers.”

“We at Karst have been growing at a fast pace and our future business plan is to keep that pace over the next five years. In order to do that, we wanted to align ourselves with a premium industry organization and operators to try and leverage their knowledge,” said Dan Martin, president Karst Stage. “The move into IMG, the industry’s most progressive organization, and partnering with their outstanding operators will undoubtedly help us achieve this. Similarly, we feel that we fill an important part of the regional map for IMG benefitting the members at large. Flying the IMG flag is a major milestone in Karsts’ century plus history.”

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