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Houston's First Class Tours joins IMG network

Posted on December 20, 2016

The International Motorcoach Group (IMG) welcomed Houston’s First Class Tours into their network, growing IMG to 57 companies throughout the U.S. and Canada.

“First Class Tours is proud to now be a part of IMG. This is a milestone for our company and a testimony to our people’s commitment to excellence. It is important to me to align First Class Tours with the best in the industry in order to grow and learn as an organization,” said Jeff Rogers, president of First Class Tours. “I am truly excited to have our key personnel rub shoulders with many of the strongest individuals and companies in our industry. Our location and geography will make the IMG network stronger in the region and is an important connection for the members at large. This is a great day in our company’s history”.

“IMG is delighted to have First Class Tours (FCT) join and extend our network into Houston. Jeff and his team are committed to growing and improving their company and the areas of safety, maintenance, and training are shared values between the two organizations,” said Bronwyn Wilson, president for IMG. “First Class Tours started operations in 1998 under the leadership of Lanny Rogers. Today with Jeff Rogers at the helm of FCT the company has grown to be a major presence in the Houston market. We are proud to be announcing First Class Tours as our 57th company.”

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