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The advertising feature helps limousine operators get more business through the Limos.com website.
When Limos.com launches on-demand service to compete with Uber in D.C. market, it will play by District rules.
The new executives will lead the company as it transitions from start-up mode to growth mode.
An all-inclusive package lets operators receive leads and benefit from marketing promotions for a rate that won’t exceed their budget.
Limos.com’s mission is to be the largest online marketplace for chauffeured vehicle service and marketing platform for operators.
T.J. Clark explains how Limos.com is changing the global limousine industry by tapping the ways of leading Internet brands.
Corporations have access to negotiated discounts of up to 40% on the chauffeured vehicles and limousines.
The limousine lead referral site ranks among the 100 most promising companies in the U.S.
Mobile applications that improve communication between companies and chauffeured clients are adding convenience.
The Limos.com app for iPhones and Droids goes into full production with all client features by Oct. 1.
A travel article this week weighs the pros and cons of apps from Limos.com, LimoRes/Groundlink, and Uber.
Limos.com unveils a mobile app for chauffeured transportation services worldwide. Clients can book rides with iPhone and Android phones.
Business travelers have until July 15 to pick the most innovative companies and service in the business travel industry.