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Limo Operators Land On Prestigious Inc. 5000 List

Posted on September 5, 2012

NEW YORK — This year's Inc. 5000 list recognized eight limousine service industry companies among the top growing businesses in the U.S. This is a healthy sign for the industry and a welcome accomplishment for the companies when considering the economic turbulence of the last several years.

Seven of the companies are operators ranked on the Logistics and Transportation sub-category, and one company ranked in the Software sub-category. They are listed below in order of rank, along with name, location, three-year growth rate and 2011 revenue figure:

NO. 1202: Olympus Worldwide Chauffeured Services, Atlanta, 261%, $2.5 million

NO. 1513: ETS International, Randolph, Mass., 197%, $5.4 million

NO. 2448: Windy City Limousine & Bus, Chicago, 99%, $13.9 million

NO. 3003: GPS Insight, Scottsdale, Ariz., 73%, $10.7 million

NO. 3178: Fortis Riders, Greenville, S.C., 65%, $5.3 million

NO. 4251: Limousine Service of Westchester, White Plains, N.Y., 29%, $3.8 million

NO. 4423: Teddy's Transportation System, Norwalk, Conn., 24%, $5.1 million

NO. 4642: James River Transportation, Richmond, Va., 17%, $10.9 million

— Michael Campos, LCT associate editor

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