Roses Grow Where the Sun Shines

Posted on April 6, 2011 by LCT Staff - Also by this author - About the author

After six years of service based in Temecula, Calif., Sterling Rose Transportation has relocated to the Northern San Diego County city of Escondido, Calif. to be closer to their growing list of corporate clients.

SAN DIEGO – With their expansion into the corporate transportation arena and the meetings & events industry, STERLING ROSE TRANSPORTATION has found it necessary to move closer to their growing list of hotel and destination management company clients. Sterling Rose has left their office in Temecula, Calif. to relocate to Escondido, Calif. in North San Diego County.

The move was completed on March 31. “It’s always nerve-racking to move your business and go without phones and connections,” said Steve Levin, President of STERLING ROSE TRANSPORTATION. “But overall things went smoothly. During the transition, phone calls were forwarded to the General Manager’s residence. Our phone company was able to retain our static IP addresses, so we didn’t have to deal with our email being down 24-48 hours. The original plan was to move over to the cloud with email, but the simplest thing was to move everything and plug it back in.

“There have been some hiccups with the fax, but more the most part we’re in and we’re going.”

Sterling Rose has also added a new Executive Van to its fleet to complement the push into more corporate work. “In the last couple of weeks we’ve taken on new DMC accounts, which was exactly what we wanted,” said Levin. “When we started 6 years ago, the company was an all-retail fleet. With the acquisition of more companies through the years, we’ve migrated more to the corporate side. The ship is going in the direction we’re steering it, so to speak.”

Here is Sterling Rose Transportation’s new contact information: 625 Superior Street Suite D Escondido, CA 92029

(This will be used as the mailing and physical address).

Their toll free number remains 800-649-6463.

Their new local phone numbers are: p: 760-743-8225 f: 760-466-3940


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