Here are the most typical news stories you can read about limo operators in online newspapers:
-A local operator provides rides to kids going back to school or prom.
-A car crashes into a limo causing harsh or tragic consequences.
-Taxi drivers and owners complain about limos taking rides from them at airports or hotels.
-Cities and states pass new regulations and fees squeezing limo operators.
-A start-up story on a new operator in a small town.
Here's one about three young dudes starting up Go Limo in Columbia, Mo. They've got a bright pink Hummer stretch and plan to buy a Prevost coach bus. Whatever the point of these stories is for local papers, it's good that they industry gets more coverage now than a few years ago.
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