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United Chauffeured Services Announces New Company Name

Posted on December 10, 2008 by LCT Staff - Also by this author - About the author

BOSTON – United Chauffeured Services Worldwide, LLC announced it has changed its name to united worldwide. The new streamlined name draws upon the company’s vision of “uniting” with business professionals around the world.

Terry Murtaugh and Jason Dornhoffer opened the doors three years ago with the vision of bringing “service” back to the chauffeured service industry by surpassing expectations and maintaining long term client relationships. Since, they have united with some of the most well respected and seasoned professionals in the industry today, operating a fleet of vehicles around the world.

“Today represents another milestone,” said Terry Murtaugh, Managing Partner and co-founder of united worldwide. “This is the culmination of a lot of hard work. We are now positioned to deliver unmatched service to our clients.” Managing Partner and co-founder, Jason Dornhoffer adds, “I am very excited about all that is happening at united worldwide, our team members have worked very hard these past three years to provide premium car service and we know our clients have definitely seen the results of those efforts. Our new look and website is only the beginning of what is yet to come but at the end of each day our focus will always remain on having a service that is consistent and professional.”

united worldwide is a private car service committed to providing world-class ground transportation. Services include airport transportation, road shows, meetings and events catering to corporate professionals. Consistency and professionalism are at the root of their core beliefs. united worldwide was recently awarded, 2008 “Business of the Year” by SCORE, a nonprofit association dedicated to educating entrepreneurs and the formation, growth and success of small businesses nationwide.

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