The American Bus Association serves a once thriving industry that provided more than 600 million passenger trips annually on charters, tours, scheduled service and shuttles. Today, the industry has been decimated by COVID-19 with nearly 2 million motorcoach, group tour and travel employees unemployed. Tell Congress #DontMissOurBus while they discuss economic stimulus packages. #TourismStrong #BusesMoveAmerica

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