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Sports Arena Chooses Kentucky Operation As Official Service

Posted on July 23, 2014 by Tom Halligan - Also by this author - About the author

LOUISVILLE, Ky.— R & R Limousine Service has been named the official transportation company of the KFC Yum! Center, the city’s newest downtown sport arena.

The company was selected because of its extensive fleet of limousines, buses, luxury sedans, SUVs and vans coupled with its Ritz-Carlton trained staff, providing the highest standards of chauffeur service.

“I am honored to have been selected as the official chauffeured transportation company and to be working with a venue that has been instrumental in shaping Louisville’s downtown community,” said Carey Fieldhouse, president of R & R Limousine.

“As president of the Kentucky Limousine Association, I am excited for our industry that the KFC Yum! Center has prioritized chauffeured services as a means of ensuring a comprehensive world‐class experience by its event goers,” Fieldhouse added.

Added Dennis Petrullo, KFC Yum! general manager: “We are excited that the hospitality our patrons have come to expect at our venue will extend beyond its walls to our chauffeured services and we are certain that R & R will provide them with the type of over-the-top experience they have come to expect from the KFC Yum! Center.”

 The selection of R&R further solidifies the company’s motto: "Service. To the extReme.”

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