JACKSONVILLE, FLA: We'll take good news about the industry wherever we can get it, so this business newspaper article about the Jacksonville limousine industry looks encouraging. Even amid economic chaos, there are areas, pockets, and specific comapnies that defy the odds and do well. This week, we heard from operators who are up 38% and 46% respectively for 2009. Of course, some of those sizable gains are likely coming from clients gained from another operator who either closed or went out of business. Jacksonville is also home to Dynasty Limousine, a 2010 LCT Operator Of The Year finalist in the 11-30 vehicles category and the first limouisine company in the U.S. launching a public stock offering. -- M.R.
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