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SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- API Limousine
of Sacramento, Ca. recently added a new 2010 Tiffany limo party bus its growing fleet of chauffeured vehicles.
API’s CEO John Costan said, ”We went through an exhaustive search to identity, design, and build this exquisite 28 passenger vehicle with the terrific support of Tiffany Coachworks.”
The new limo party bus sports a black on black appearance with chrome wheels, leather seating, and four flat screen TVs, including a 42-inch TV on the rear wall. The limo bus is also adorned with a custom 3000-watt sound system, separate DVD and CD players, LED party lights, night club strobe lighting, a dance pole, an IPod hookup, and 27 different laser light shows. API states that the additional vehicle is necessary to meet the increasing capacity demands of API’s VIP Club Crawls, proms, weddings, and wine tours.
“This is an exciting addition which will continue to open doors for API Limousine,” Costan said.
Despite the struggling economy, API has added five new limousines in the last two years and consistently doubled its gross revenues year over year. Due to its growth and expanding client list, API has been recognized as one of Sacramento’s fasting growing limousine companies.
The community has also honored API Limousine as the 2009 Best Limousine Company is Sacramento by the voters at KCRA Channel 3 A-List. Costan attributes this growth to the development of marketing partnerships with Sacramento area businesses along with the expansion of the company’s local and national affiliate programs.
“We owe our success to our strategic partners and our incredible clients”, Costan explains. “Our clients request the most basic things: phenomenal customer service, clean and immaculate vehicles, servitude with honesty, and positive, professional, exciting chauffeurs.”
Information: (916) 719-1236; www.APILIMOS.com.
Source: API Limousine
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