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December 12 2018
By Michaela Peacock

Michaela writes for routeone and Group Tourism & Travel magazines

Golden Boy joins the Guild of
British Coach Operators

Hertfordshire firm is the latest operator to join Guild after 50 years in business

Golden Boy Coaches has joined the prestigious Guild of British Coach Operators. 

Guild Chairman, Andrew Richmond, says: “We are delighted to welcome another successful and respected operator into the Guild, particularly as they celebrate 50 years in business.”

Hertfordshire-based Golden Boy Coaches first took to the road in 1968 and is still owned and managed by the same family.  

Over the decades, the company has grown and has earned an “enviable reputation” for providing high-quality coach hire.

The fleet of 36 coaches has an average age of just three years, and the firms’ maintenance facilities are also one of the few to hold the CPT Workshop Accreditation.

Terry McIntyre, Joint MD of Golden Boy, says: “Being a member of the Guild complements our commitment to providing the highest standards for our clients and colleagues.

“We are looking forward to working with other Guild members and sharing knowledge and ideas with the best in the coach industry”.

Now in its 33rd year, the Guild promotes and markets the services of its members, all of whom commit to meeting the highest quality standards, assured by regular independent audits. 

Prospective members must achieve a 100% pass before being accepted into the Guild.   

The Guild is also registered as a Driver CPC training centre, giving members access to a suite of courses specifically designed for the coach industry. 

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