Motorcoach

UMA unveils revised website

Posted on May 2, 2016

United Motorcoach Association announced that it has launched its new website.

The new site is extremely user friendly and features much more content and functionality than the previous version. UMA's goal with this new site is to provide a more functional and interactive place for members and the general public to learn about the motorcoach industry and have access to resources. There is also a dedicated portion of the site for members. Here members can log in and download important documents and find other helpful resources.

With the revamped website, the momentum from the recent successful UMA Motorcoach EXPO and Capitol Hill Days can easily continue online. The site is well organized and frequently updated with news, industry information and social media. As members explore the site, they will see that they now have a hub to get operators guides, training and other documents. The “members only” section is packed with resources and member benefits to help UMA members run their business.

"We want to create another avenue for our visitors and members to easily connect with the association," commented UMA President/CEO, Victor Parra. "Our new website is very convenient and more modern. It is important that our members stay knowledgeable and well trained. This revamped website is another example of UMA doing everything possible to ensure that our members are successful."

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