During the yearly Monsey Trails company appreciation event and ribbon-cutting ceremony featuring Congressman Mike Lawler held on Monday night, the leaders of Monsey Trails announced that their bus company is rebranding as ‘MONSEYTRAIL’ along with a brand-new logo and wrapping for its 60 coach buses.
Founded by visionary entrepreneur Chaim Lunger four decades ago, Monsey Trails began simply with just a single bus providing transportation services. In the decades since, the company has grown into a powerhouse fleet of 60 coaches making 80 trips daily across the tri-state area. Monday’s ribbon-cutting marked a new chapter for the company as it seeks to upgrade its services and dedication to its loyal clientele.
Congressman Mike Lawler, the new but already beloved Congressman of NY-17, graced the occasion by participating in the ribbon-cutting ceremony. The Congressman’s presence symbolized the community’s support for Monsey Trails’ growth and contribution over the years.
The change in name is more than just a symbolic move; it is a testament to the company’s enduring success and its ability to adapt to the evolving needs of the community, company executives tell Monsey Scoop.
As part of its ongoing and renewed commitment to excellence, MONSEYTRAIL has embarked on a mission to upgrade both its vehicles and services. The refreshed logo design exudes modernity while paying homage to the company’s storied history, and by investing in state-of-the-art vehicles and enhancing its offerings, MONSEYTRAIL aims to elevate the travel experience for its passengers and better serve the diverse needs of its clientele.
The ribbon cutting ceremony and appreciation event was done by the famous VIP Productions.