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SF Bay Area Operator Joins Industry Environmental Group, Changes Name

Posted on May 1, 2008

PALO ALTO, Calif.Mosaic Global Transportation LLC recently joined the Limousine Environmental Action Partnership (LEAP) as a way to reduce its carbon footprint.

 

Founded by industry veterans and environmental experts, LEAP guides companies toward environmentally responsible, sustainable, and innovative business models. LEAP is the first organization in the U.S. that promotes energy-efficient strategies and environmental solutions for the executive ground transportation industry.

 

Mosaic is trying to cut carbon emissions, support the renewable energy industry, and neutralize remaining carbon emissions in its efforts to become 100% carbon neutral. Since Mosaic Global Transportation opened in January 2002 as Rollz Royce Limousine, it has been one of the fastest-growing chauffeured ground transportation companies in the U.S. A privately held, family-run company, Mosaic Global Transportation has built a strong partnership with competitors and vendors in the San Francisco Bay Area market area and beyond. Information can be found online at www.mosaicglobaltransportation.com; and www.RollzRoyceTransportation.com.

 

Mosaic also recently changed its name from Rollz Royce Limousine to reflect its growth beyond a traditional limousine company niche. In the years since the company was started, the Mosaic menu of services has evolved to include ground transportation for travel managers, executives, and travelers at every level. Mosaic’s re-branding underscores its image as a worldwide ground transportation services provider, better reflects its commitment to corporate responsibility and sustainability, and highlights its devotion to a diversified client base.

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