School Bus Contractors

REMINDER: Nominate an outstanding school bus contractor

Posted on May 6, 2014
David Duke (left), CEO of National Express Corp., was SCHOOL BUS FLEET's 2013 Contractor of the Year.

David Duke (left), CEO of National Express Corp., was SCHOOL BUS FLEET's 2013 Contractor of the Year.

Do you know an exemplary school bus contractor who deserves recognition for his or her efforts?

If so, SCHOOL BUS FLEET wants to hear from you. We’re preparing to select a recipient for our annual Contractor of the Year award, and we’re accepting nominations.

Each year, we look for candidates who have made significant contributions to pupil transportation through their own operations as well as through industry associations.

Send nominations to us at [email protected]. Tell us about the person’s efforts, and give us contact information for him or her.

The deadline for nominations is Friday, May 9.


Read about our 2013 Contractor of the Year:

David Duke named Contractor of the Year

Related Topics: SBF Contractor of the Year

Comments ( 1 )
  • cgreene

     | about 4 years ago

    Waiting for contest about Public School Transportation (In-house) of the Year Award. Maybe I missed that issue? Right.... Its all about the $$$$$$$ Signed, Proud Public School Busdriver

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