The private bus and motorcoach industry will come together for its most comprehensive North American trade show and convention at the 2023 UMA Motorcoach EXPO in Orlando, Florida, Jan. 11-14.
The EXPO has built a reputation over more than five decades as the best place to meet industry colleagues and check out the latest equipment and services for the bus and motorcoach industry.
“Opportunities Await” is the theme for the event, which will put the latest over-the-road buses, allied technologies, products and innovative solutions for motorcoaches under one roof.
Owners of private bus and tour companies will gather to learn new ways to upgrade, service and equip their fleets and businesses, increase revenue and meet new challenges.
“It’s also a great way to support the work of UMA,” said UMA CEO and President Scott Michael. “Proceeds from the UMA Motorcoach EXPO are spent here in the United States and Canada by UMA, a non-profit association that works to promote the bus and motorcoach industry across North America.”
Special pricing for early EXPO registration
Registration for this much-anticipated event is open with special early bird pricing that will allow UMA Operator Members to attend for $399 if they register by Sept. 30.
Online registration is available at www.motorcoachexpo.com.
UMA will bring back complimentary shuttles to Orlando International Airport (MCO) to assist attendees at the conference.
“We know that our members like to experience other coaches in their travels and support each other,” said Michael. “A shuttle to and from the airport helps save the cost of a rental car, taxi or shared ride.”
The airport shuttles will run on Wednesday, Jan. 11 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the lead-up to the Welcome Reception on that evening. After EXPO closes, shuttles will be available from noon until 5 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 14.
UMA recommends that travelers who plan to use the shuttle should book outbound flights later in the afternoon to allow sufficient travel time to the airport.
EXPO Committee Chair Scott Riccio recommends attendees make their plans and register soon.
“We plan on the hotel block selling out quickly,” Riccio said.