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Operations| July 6, 2016

Former Missouri Firefighter Starts Limo Business

Gotta Getta Limo LLC operates a 2008 Lincoln Town Car and a 2008 stretch Lincoln Navigator SUV.

Operations| July 6, 2016

Florida Operators Make The Dream Work

JULY LCT: Mike and Marlo Denning of Elegant Limousines along the Daytona Beach coast prove how perseverance pays off.

Operations| May 18, 2016

Ontario Limo Service Plugs In To Pricey Teslas, Cheap Rides

The Model S 90D will form most of E1 Transit’s fleet and costs $151,194.

Operations| May 5, 2016

How To Manage On-The-Go Communications

MAY LCT: Texting, calling, or prompting via tablets are all options that help dispatchers and chauffeurs avoid distracted driving.

Operations| May 4, 2016

New Jersey Service Ensures Smooth, Clean Rides

MAY LCT: Preferred Car & Limousine creates its own approach to all aspects of operations, from entertainment to dress codes.

Operations| April 5, 2016

How To Manage Your Online Reputation

APRIL LCT: Yelp, TripAdvisor, Google and Facebook can help or hurt your business depending on how you respond to comments. 

Operations| April 4, 2016

Company May Be Small, But Makes A Mighty Impression

APRIL LCT: Family-owned, one-stretch All About You Limousines believes that customer service trumps number of vehicles every time.

Money| March 10, 2016

How To Choose The Right Tipping Policy

MARCH LCT: What started with a trendy restaurant in New York abolishing tips may herald a new culture as other businesses follow.

People| March 7, 2016

New York Operation Prioritizes Customer Satisfaction

MARCH LCT: Platinum Limousine strives to make special occasions seamless for its clients, from wedding parties to wine tour groups.

People| February 19, 2016

How To Run Smart For Max Show ROI

FEB. LCT: Trade shows can help empower businesses and operations if attendees know how to go with the flow.

Operations| February 18, 2016

What Does Your Business Card (Really) Say?

FEB. LCT: These six core purposes and attributes of your business should define your business cards. KISS: Keep It Simple.

Operations| February 5, 2016

How To Connect Your Business With Your Community

FEB. LCT: Excellent opportunities abound with service organizations
such as Rotary, Kiwanis, Lions, lodges and other fraternal orders.

Operations| February 4, 2016

Tour Operation Shows The Atlantic City Beyond Gambling

FEB. LCT: While Atlantic City may be known for casinos, A1 Tours takes visitors to the more authentic areas of the seaside city.

Operations| January 8, 2016

How To Be A Great Affiliate

JAN. LCT: It's not just about picking up and dropping off. How well do you communicate?

Operations| January 7, 2016

Strong Business Values Define Retail Limo Service

JAN. LCT: Minnesota operator Chad Peterson left a sales management job to get into the limousine business.

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