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South Florida Company Offers Shipping Service To Clients

Posted on October 20, 2010 by LCT Staff - Also by this author - About the author

Aventura Worldwide Transportation Service will now handle your luggage, golf clubs, equipment — anything that needs to be at your destination when you do.

MIAMI — AVENTURA WORLDWIDE now offers advance shipping of luggage, worldwide, when clients arrange chauffeured transportation service.

The operator has partnered with YAYVALET, a company affiliated with UPS locations nationally. Shipping luggage, golf clubs, artwork or other items can now be accommodated in one phone call to Aventura Worldwide.

“This seemed to be an organic relationship,” said Scott Tinkler, chief operating officer at Aventura Worldwide, in a statement. “We are always looking at ways to maximize our clients’ experience and being able take the hassles of handling luggage out of the equation, for VIPs in our vehicles, just seemed like an obvious move.”

AVENTURA WORLDWIDE Transportation Service, a 2008 LCT Operator Of The Year Award winner, is based in Aventura, Fla., and has been serving the Miami, Ft. Lauderdale and Palm Beach areas for the past 20 years. With a fleet ranging from sedans and SUVs, to 61-passenger motorcoaches, and a full service meetings and conventions department, it can accommodate any ground transportation request. With its affiliate network, Aventura Worldwide also caters to its clients’ needs outside of the U.S.

Source: Aventura Worldwide Transportation Service

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