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Limo Operator Adds to Fleet

Posted on November 17, 2004 by LCT Staff - Also by this author - About the author

Perry, Utah – Boyd Montgomery, owner and operator of Crystal Limousine Service of Northern Utah has added another vehicle. "We call it a 'ten-pack' limo," Montgomery said. "It seats ten passengers. My first limo is a 'six pack' and it seats six passengers."

Both limousines are sleek Lincoln Town Cars. The newest limo is a 1997 model, and the longer version is a classic 1996 model.

"We will now be able to service the entire area in northern Utah, from Ogden up through Logan," Montgomery said. "By expanding our fleet with this new limousine, we have doubled our capabilities."

Montgomery started Crystal Limousine on July 4 when he flew to New York, picked up the 1997 six-pack, and drove it back to Perry. "It has a beautiful black finish inside and out," said Montgomery. "And it is fairly well equipped inside."

"The new ten-pack is white outside, and tan inside. It also has all the nice equipment you would expect to find in a luxury limousine."

Montgomery operates a second business, Sapphires in the Rough and Stuff. "We sell dirt," Montgomery explained. "It comes directly from a sapphire mine, and it's just like searching for gold, only you are searching for sapphires." He sells bags of sapphire dirt from half a pound all the way up to 70 pounds for $5 per pound. "You are buying dirt, but you would be surprised at what turns up," he said.

Before starting his own businesses, Montgomery retired from the Civil Service as an electronics technician. He was also the Northern Utah tower technician for Sprint.

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