Cardinal Transportation, Eagle Christian Tours join IMG

IMG is expanding by adding two new member companies to the invitation-only network: Cardinal Transportation of Columbus, Ohio; and Eagle Christian Tours of Rome, Georgia.

“These two companies are outstanding additions to IMG,” said Bronwyn Wilson, IMG President. “They share the core values of IMG with their focus on safety, training, and customer service excellence. We are delighted to welcome them both and know that each company brings great qualities to IMG while expanding our customer footprint.”

Cardinal Transportation was founded in 2000 and has a fleet of over 70 vehicles. Cardinal’s President and Owner Roy Alonso said about becoming an IMG company: “It is an incredible privilege to become a member of the IMG group. To me, this is a great opportunity, as it will allow our company to collaborate with other trusted companies nationwide.”

Eagle Christian Tours was founded by Brett Roes in 2012 with a single coach and today operates 37 vehicles. Serving the Georgia region and beyond, Eagle Christian Tours now has second-generation family members in the leadership team. 

Cardinal Transportation was founded in 2000 and has a fleet of over 70 vehicles.

“Over the years we’ve befriended several business owners from all over the United States who operate exceptional motorcoach companies,” Roes said. “As time went on, it seemed that the people we most wanted to emulate had one thing in common: They were all IMG members. It is truly an honor to even be considered for membership, and we are deeply grateful for the invitation to join the IMG family.” 

IMG comprises 54 independently owned bus charter companies that vary in size, region and in diversity of business models with a range of offerings, including bus charters, escorted tours, limousines and school buses.

IMG members operate more than 7,000 vehicles in the United States and Canada, carrying more than 21 million charter and tour customers. 


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