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NFL Team Drafts New Limo Provider

Posted on July 17, 2013

JACKSONVILLE, FLA—The National Football League’s Jacksonville Jaguars announced today that East Coast Transportation would be the team’s official limousine provider. The hometown operator was chosen for its long-standing reputation as a best-in-class service provider and was awarded the 2013 President’s Award by the North Florida Hotel & Lodging Association (NFHLA).

“We are excited about our new partnership with East Coast Transportation and the outstanding level of service they provide,” said Scott Massey, senior vice president of corporate partnerships for the Jaguars.

East Coast Transportation will provide a wide variety of vehicle options for the team, including luxury sedans, SUVs, executive vans, and stretch limos for the Jaguars team and professional staff.

“We have always been big supporters of the Jacksonville Jaguars and always invested in the team by being season ticket holders,” said Mike Sobol, managing partner of East Coast Transportation. “Now that we are a partner, we can take our support to the next level and showcase our services to the Jaguars community.”

“Working with the Jaguars will help us grow our out of town business and gives us credibility that only a partnership with the National Football League can offer,” said Sobol.

East Coast Transportation offers game-day shuttles for Jaguars fans, providing a convenient and safe travel solution.  

“We wanted to provide a fun and safe option for Northeast Florida’s football fans, allowing them to focus on enjoying the day,” said Greg Franks, managing member of East Coast Transportation. “Our new game-day services will transport fans to and from the games for a very attractive price.”

East Coast Transportation offers 13 passenger vans. To reserve game-day service or for more information on the company’s other services, call 904-525-8600 or email [email protected].

Source: East Coast Transportation

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