The year was 1876. Cars were carriages and gasoline was hay. Hess & Eisenhardt was Sayers & Scovill, making custom hearses, ambulance coaches and horse-drawn carriages for Cincinnati society. The company was one of the best. Why? Primarily because the only thing they wouldn’t build-was bad.
One of the most popular sessions was conducted by Dr. Ron Hill, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Marketing at The American University. Dr. Hill discussed promotional ideas and offered suggestions for ways of creatively marketing a limousine service.