As Jim Luff wrote about in his new October issue article, "Restaurant Marketing Partnerships Reap Huge Rewards." It appears that another California operator, Ultra Limousine Services, would agree with this perspective. According to an article in The Daily Democrat, Ultra provides transportation to Tazzia Bistro restaurant customers in the town of Woodland, Calif. This allows guests not have to come up with a designated driver, says the restaurant owner. These business relationships are about much more than providing two or three extra rides a month. They can be centers for additional revenue and building even more profitable client relationships through shared customers.
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