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Florida Operator Plans Online Portal For Nationwide Booking

Posted on July 11, 2012

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Travelers looking to book chauffeured car service throughout the U.S. will be able to search for each region’s top rated provider through Dynasty Limousine’s new project, an online booking website that began development on June 15.

According to a press release, the Jacksonville, Fla.-based company will contact select affiliate operators in each market who meet strict criteria and offer them a listing in the search results for their specific locations. A commission will be assessed for each booking through the website, but there is no cost to the individual operator for the listing. Only confirmed bookings will be forwarded to the livery companies.

This model is different from other online services in that only one result will be returned when clients search the site. “We will make sure that the result returned when doing a search on the website will be from an operator who has proper DOT certifications, adequate insurance, excellent rating and reviews, and a verified record of on-time arrivals,” Pierce Fleming, Dynasty Limousine’s CFO, stated in the release. “This will save the client time and they can be assured that they will not have any surprises when booking through our service."

At the time of the release, the following cities in Florida will be served: Orlando, St. Augustine, Jacksonville, Palm Coast, Daytona Beach, Orange Park, Middleburg, Ponte Vedra Beach and Lake City.

Beta testing for this online booking portal is scheduled for late July.

On July 9, Dynasty Limousine received a rating upgrade on its securities through OTC Markets. The company’s rating was changed to OTC Pink “current information” which means it has met all the guidelines for transparency and financial reporting.

Related: Dynasty Limousine Provides Certified Post Forward Split Share Statistics

Related: North Florida Limousine Service Sets April Revenue Record

Michael Campos, LCT associate editor

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