DALLAS — Wynne Sedan & Limousine Group announced the acquisition of Priority One MotorCoaches. Priority One is a $2 million transportation company specializing in providing chauffeured services to the corporate, destination management, collegiate, and professional sports teams markets. Phillip Capers, Wynne’s CFO, states that the two companies will be operated as separate business entities and that Priority One’s acquisition will have both a positive top line revenue and bottom-line profit impact on Wynne’s 2008 financials.
Capers also announced that Wynne will be adopting the same U.S. DOT standards for its limousine, sedan, SUV, van, and mini-bus drivers as has been required of Priority One’s current motorcoach drivers. All Priority One motorcoaches will be retrofitted with passenger seatbelts to meet Wynne’s current safety policy of requiring all of its mini-buses to have passenger seatbelts.
Source: Wynne Sedan & Limousine Group press release