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Flyte Tyme Worldwide Opens Philadelphia Office

Posted on August 29, 2007 by LCT Staff - Also by this author - About the author

ESSINGTON, Pa. — Flyte Tyme Worldwide announced the opening of a new branch office in Philadelphia earlier this month. According to Tim Rose, the company’s president, the 9,000 square-foot facility provides service to Flyte Tyme’s Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware customers.

“We were farming out a lot of work in this area so we decided to open the new office,” he said. “It gives us greater quality control.”

Industry veteran, Michael Baretto, is serving as branch manager of the new office with his considerable industry experience. Flyte Tyme is opening with 10 vehicles but Barreto expects to have 20 cars by October. A car wash and maintenance bay are being installed later this year.

“Thanks to the strength of the Flyte Tyme brand, getting this new office rolling has been seamless,” said Barreto. “Tim [Rose] is doing everything possible to make sure that we provide the same exceptional level of service that the clients at our other offices have come to rely on.”

With headquarters in Mahwah, N.J., the company has additional bases of operation in New York City and central New Jersey and provides service in more than 300 cities worldwide.

Source: Flyte Tyme Worldwide

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