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My dad is a retired busdriver who used to do all kinds of charter work.

My first advice would be to contact a local bus company and ask them if they do charters. Yes, I do mean the company that provides your local, around town service. Many of these companies maintain a charter division, either for transporting the local college/high school participants to events, or for miscellaneous charter work. (My dad, when not driving his local, city commuter runs, would charter out for trips from Connecticut to NYC, Amish country in PA, trips to Quebec and Montreal, etc.)

If you strike out with the local bus company, they may still be able to advise you of an "all charter" service. You could also call Greyhound, or whatever bus company provides long-haul service in your area.

Good Luck and let us know what you find.

travelin' fan from Connecticut
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