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ABA, UMA first joint Congressional 'Fly-in' a success

Posted on April 12, 2018

The first ever American Bus Association (ABA) and United Motorcoach Association (UMA) joint “Bus and Motorcoach Industry Fly-in” this week on Capitol Hill was a success.

ABA President/CEO Peter Pantuso and UMA President/CEO Stacy Tetschner released the following joint statement:

“We would like to thank the 116 members of our organizations that met with more than 150 Congressional offices to discuss the priorities and issues facing the motorcoach industry today. By bringing together the leadership, energy, and strength of our organizations, we delivered a powerful message to our leaders in Congress.”

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