FROM ELECTION ROLLS TO THE POLLS: Why should politicians be the only ones riding around in chauffeured vehicles? Why not the voters?
With the economic challenges mounting each month, limousine operators are looking for creative ways to maintain service and revenues.
Students at the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Va., recently used limousines as a way of getting voters to the polls in local city council elections. In fact, municipal, state, and national elections could be an untapped market for many operators.
Limousines and limo buses would be ideal for bringing senior citizens, college students, groups of co-workers, or anyone without transportation to the polls. And if there's no money to be made, volunteering a limo or two for election year service could be good for a company's image. Just put your name and some American flags on your limousines and advertise it as "complimentary presidential service." -- M.R.
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