COLUMBUS – State Representatives Jean Schmidt (R-Loveland) and Adam Bird (R-New Richmond) last week celebrated House Resolution 61, legislation honoring Croswell VIP Motorcoach Services on 100 years of service.
“It was great to spend time with one of Clermont County’s finest businesses, now in its fourth generation,” said Schmidt. “For 100 years, this family owned business has attained a remarkable record of service to our area. In 1921, R.S. Croswell and his wife Jessie Love, founded Croswell Bus Line, and since that time, the company has transformed to become a leader in providing quality motor coach tours across the United States.”
Schmidt and Bird commended Croswell Motorcoach at the company’s main office in Clermont County for the Centennial.
“On behalf of the House of Representatives and the people of Ohio, congratulations to the family and hardworking employees. Best wishes in the decades ahead,” said Schmidt.
H.R. 61 was adopted on May 11, 2021.