With 28 years in the industry we have worked for a number of events. Our work takes us throughout cities, states and providences. Can't find your location in our list?... Don't worry we will do what is required to ensure your transportation needs are met. For more information call us at 1.800.666.6711 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- ASAE Annual Meeting & Exposition
- Ace Hardware
- American Airlines
- March of Dimes
- May Fest
- HP Byron Nelson Golf Champsionship
- Big 12 Championship
- NASCAR Races @ Texas Motor Speedway
- Home Depot
- Premier Design
- High school coaches assn.
- Bank Travel
- Institute of Navigation
- AT & T Cotton Bowl
- Heart of Dallas Bowl
- Dallas Cowboys
- State Fair of Texas
- Offshore Technology Conference
- Fort Worth
- Las Vegas
- Los Angeles
- New Orleans
- New York
- Palm Springs
- San Diego
- Washington D.C.
" We have used American Transfers & Tours for the last eight years & have found them to be reliable and accurate in their planning for us".
Gary Center, Director of Facilities- Custer Road UMC
"Transportation needs- only make one call & that is to American Transfers & Tours. They have provided reliable, personable services for the Big 12 for over 15 years. Whether it's a large event or a personal sedan, Bill and his staff have always taken care of our transportation needs".
Brad Clements, Assistant Commissioner-Big 12
"I want to say thank you for all of your help and consideration as we prepared for our holiday campaign last month. As a first time event, you helped make it run smoothly. You went out of your way to solve problems for me...".
Russell Cook, Director Marketing & Sales- LifeNet
"It sure makes my job a lot easier when you are handling the transportation. We did not have a single bus problem"
Roland Rainey, Cotton Bowl Manager- Cotton Bowl
"American Transfers & Tours has provided excellent transportation services to every one of the ASI shows to date. Your personal attention to our needs & thoroughness of your services are notable in a time when efficiency is often impersonal".
Beverly Freeman, Show Manager- ASI