John Bailey, staff members, and friends joined together at the PA Farm Show for Mecum Auto Auction. The Hershey Harrisburg Visitors Bureau hosted members prior to the auction. Everyone was greeted by John Kraman, the announcer for NBC Mecum Auto Auctions (shown center of picture). They were able to view over 1,000 vehicles that will be auctioned off!
John Bailey was part of a Rotary Means Business function that was held at the Revolution Stadium. He was picked to throw out the first pitch before the double header ball game!
Here is a photo that our driver, John Patterson took from his trip to Noah's Ark in Williamstown, Kentucky! This is the largest timber frame structure in the world, built from standing dead timber, in part by skilled Amish craftsmen! This was the third time we have taken a coach to the Ark!
Bailey Coach had the pleasure of donating a motorcoach to transport the students and teachers from The Edgar Fahs Smith STEAM Academy who serve 300 students in grades 3-8 from across York city. Buses are provided so all York city students have this academic possibility. Students apply to attend the school, making a commitment to maintain academic and behavioral success. The academy provides a comprehensive, innovative curriculum with a pedagogical commitment to Project Based Learning. This methodology requires that student unravel authentic, engaging and complex real world problems. Students are required to engage in rigorous research, conference with experts, propose solutions in a public presentation and ultimately reflect deeply on the process. The academy is very committed to providing their students immersive experiences in the community. Ultimately, they seek to empower their students to be inspired, motivated life long learners ready for future opportunities and needs.
John Bailey received the “Service Above Self” award from Rotary Club of York. Each year this award is given to 150 Rotarians (out of 1.2 Million members in over 200 countries). This award recognizes individuals who demonstrate their commitment to helping others by volunteering their time and talents. He was recognized for his willingness and leadership in collecting donations for the victims of Hurricane Harvey in Texas. Congratulations John!
On Wednesday, November 8th 2017, Bailey Coach along with Wolf's Bus Lines and Executive Coach, had the wonderful pleasure of transporting almost 700 veterans to Arlington National Cemetery for the day.
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The night John Bailey slept on top of a bus in celebration of 100% Bailey Coach staff participation in their United Way of York County Campaign! And to make it even better, he turned it into a donation drive for winter coats and nonperishable food items!
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Check out our NEW Explore York wrapped bus, presented by the York County Convention & Visitors Bureau and Bailey Coach
The Hurricane Harvey relief efforts were INCREDIBLE!
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Bailey Coach displayed it’s Gold Star motorcoach at PeoplesBank Park for the York Revolution baseball game. Wayne Trinks, Bailey Coach Shop Foreman, threw out the first pitch and Tiffany Trinks, Bailey Coach Receptionist, sang the National Anthem.
Firefighters return to Connecticut and New Hampshire after battling wild fires out west, transportation provided by Bailey Coach
Bailey Coach treated all employees and their guests to an "Employee Appreciation Night" at Hershey Farms for dinner and Sight & Sound Theatres for the show "Jonah" and a VIP backstage tour
Thanks to the Hershey Harrisburg Regional Visitors Bureau, Bailey Coach staff members attended a private reception for the Mecum Auto Auction at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex
John Bailey, President of Bailey Coach, was 1 of 60 small business owners asked to meet with President Donald Trump at The White House
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Bailey Coach donated two 55 passenger motorcoaches to transport children from the Fort Indiantown Gap military base daycare program. The group enjoyed a day at Lake Tobias. Pictured are drivers left-Paul Keller and right-Mike Hardy Sr.
John Bailey, Chairman of Pennsylvania Bus Association, co-chaired the annual summer conference in Corning, NY June 20-23, 2017. Shown is one of the Familiarization tours enjoying a cruise on Seneca Lake on the Legacy.
Gettysburg College Women’s Lacrosse won the NCAA Division III title game in Salem, VA. They are now the Division III National Champions. Bailey Coach transported the team for their title game. Mike Hardy Sr. was the motorcoach driver for the team and the team received a Police escort to the college upon arrival in Gettysburg. The team adopted Mike Hardy Sr. as an assistant coach for the title game.
Bailey Coach had the pleasure of using 5 buses to transport 250 Southern Middle School students to Allentown Music Festival High Notes for the day and Dorney Park
Connie and John Patterson hosted 2 coaches to the Sands Casino in Bethlehem PA Sunday April 9th. John Bailey was the driver of the 2nd coach and spotted the Easter Bunny at the Sands and was able to get a picture with the Easter Bunny!
Bailey Coach had the pleasure of transporting their VIP group leaders to the 2017 Pennsylvania Bus Association's Annual Marketplace. Students from Spring Grove High School were asked to video the marketplace. Here is the amazing video they produced!