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National Van Builders Adds Clients For Black Luxury Van

Posted on July 18, 2011

Milwaukee operator Mike Skemp was impressed enough with the NVB Executive Series van that he bought it at the 2011 ILCT Show.
Milwaukee operator Mike Skemp was impressed enough with the NVB Executive Series van that he bought it at the 2011 ILCT Show.

ATTLEBORO, Mass. — National Van Builders recently acquired two new customers of its Executive Series Transporter Vans.

While attending the International LCT Show in Las Vegas last February, Mike Skemp, owner/operator of Blackline Limousines in Milwaukee, Wisc., made an on the spot decision to buy NVB’s EX9PL off the exhibit room floor. The nearly 1,800 mile road trip home convinced him that he made a sound decision. He reported back that the van was tight, quiet, and gave a great ride, even when empty. His new nine-passenger w/rear luggage executive transporter went to work the very next week and has been popular with group transportation clients.

Pontarelli Group Charters Inc., a division of the Pontarelli Companies of Chicago, recently bought two EXP10PL Executive Series Vans. The vans complement its extensive fleet of chauffeured vehicles that cater to the executive and group travel needs in Illinois and beyond. The EX10PL-SP affords easy access and first class individual high-back seating for 10 passengers plus ample room for their luggage.

Another company, Greene Classic Limousines Worldwide Transportation of Atlanta, took delivery of two NVB Executive Series vans in May. LCT news article on Green Classis National Van Builders Executive Vans here.

Source: National Van Builders

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