ORLANDO, FL — VIP Transportation Group recently acquired a one of a kind 1962 Pink Rolls Royce Silver Cloud II. "The newest addition known as ‘Penelope’ was added for all those princesses getting married, daddy’s little girl’s special birthday, or just for a fun ride. We also plan to market the vehicle to organizations such as The American Breast Cancer Society and Mary Kay Cosmetics," said co-owner and vice president of the Greater Orlando Limousine Association, Barbara White.
Penelope joins VIP's other “limo ladies,” which include “Rosie,” a white 1965 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud III; “Diana,” a white 1957 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud I; and “Emily,” a black and silver 1956 Rolls Royce Silver Wraith. "Our company decided to invest and market to the wedding market five years ago, so we took a chance and added our first Rolls Royce four years ago. The demand continued to increase so we continued to add more vehicles."
VIP Transportation Group’s reputation in the Orlando wedding market is growing fast and they are being referred by top local wedding planners, photographers, and DJs. "We contribute our success to continuous networking, white glove treatment, professional chauffeurs, clean vehicles, and our On-Time Guarantee."
VIP provides each bride and groom a detailed written contract, said White, adding that the contract outlines the agreed upon services and conditions. This gives the bride peace of mind knowing she is dealing with a professional, safe, and reliable company.
In 2008, VIP Transportation Group completed over 425 weddings, with that segment making up less than 20% of the overall business revenues but still growing each year. “You know you are doing something right when the phone rings and you are asked if you are available for a wedding and not what are your prices!” White said. “Price is secondary to service when it comes to that special day, when you want everything to go right.”
VIP Transportation Group is an executive chauffeured transportation company offering services throughout the Orlando area.
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