When you search for news stories on the Internet with keywords like "limousine" and "chauffeured transportation," you start to get a bid jaded and worn out. A lot of the stories are negative, many of them not a big deal, some of them sad and tragic. Illegal operators, barely-get-by startups, and consumers complaining to local newspapers are the focus of many. It's very cool to read well done articles on what's happening in the business, with quotes from industry leaders. Yet, the majority tend to focus on the other side of the coin. Here's a story about a newly married couple in Iowa who didn't get their wedding limousine and complained about it. A sad little story.
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