Despite the economy, the past year proved successful for Reston Limousine, with posted revenues of $16.6 million, topping a projected $14 million.
DULLES, VA -- One of the Washington, D.C. area's largest providers of public, private and government contract transportation strengthened its financial performance in 2010 by hiring additional staff, buying new vehicles, and using strategic marketing approaches and business partnerships.
"What sets Reston Limousine apart from other travel service companies is our ability to not only see where we need improvement, but the desire and flexibility of our employee team to try different solutions to constantly improve our operations," said Reston CEO Kristina Bouweiri in a statement.
Founded in 1990, RESTON LIMOUSINE has seen its overall revenues more than double since 2003. In 2010, Reston logged in travel arrangements for 512 weddings, 489 Virginia wine tour excursions, and 20 daily trips in other city areas through its nationwide affiliate network. The company's American Girl Place trips to New York City were its most popular day trip last year.
Bouweiri noted that Reston Limousine will pay particular attention to enhancing customer service and safety through its use of eFleet technology programs in 2011. The addition of new, customized vehicles that perform to the specific needs of clients, and continued evaluation and revised management procedures, will ensure the business remains one of the predominant ones in the industry.
RESTON LIMOUSINE was ranked No. 20 last year on LCT's 100 Largest Fleets List, with about 135 vehicles. It now has 250 employees and a 140-vehicle fleet, including buses, vans, limousines and sedans, Reston Limousine serves the metro area from headquarters in the Dulles corridor in Northern Virginia and a satellite location in Capitol Heights, Md.
Source: Reston Limousine