African American Motorcoach Council

Councils - AAMC

The American Bus Association created the African American Motorcoach Council (AAMC), which joins the other networking and business Councils that are a part of ABA, in 2021

“ABA created the African American Motorcoach Council after identifying a need among our black-owned motorcoach operator members to have a concentrated, unified voice and lobby on behalf of their businesses,” said Peter Pantuso, president & CEO of the ABA. “While the entire motorcoach industry has been devastated by the COVID pandemic, some sectors and businesses have been hit harder than others. We wanted to give these companies another opportunity to come together within the ABA member community like we have with the Women in Buses and Hispanic Motorcoach Councils and present a united front to help secure additional funding for other motorcoach operators and for the industry.”

The main priority of the AAMC will be to help ABA in lobbying for more federal government funding for the motorcoach industry, especially on behalf of small, family-owned, minority businesses.

Monthly AAMC Meeting (Virtual)

Monthly virtual meeting of AAMC members. The series is held on the third Wednesday of each month.

View up-to-date information on upcoming AAMC events.

As a member of the AAMC and ABA, you are entitled to a variety of association benefits that will serve your unique needs: a legislative voice, regulatory watchdog activities, money-saving services, connections to other operators and suppliers, regular communications, an annual meeting, specialized safety training and much more.

The AAMC membership is comprised of dedicated professional individuals, business owners, and affiliated personnel who have a common interest in providing the highest quality and safest possible motorcoach service to all passengers and are interested in working with the black business community in the motorcoach industry throughout the United States.