I'm going though my stack of business cards and there is one thing I've noticed with some transportation companies. They don't include a physical address on the card. Years ago a big shot in the corporate world told me he wouldn't use any transportation company that didn't have a physical address. No P.O. Box either. They want to know where they can find you. Always put a physical address on your card -- even if it's your home.
President, Rose Chauffeured Transportation
11325-A Nations Ford Road
Pineville, N.C. (Charlotte)
2008 LCT Operator of the Year
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