Limo King Marks 31 Years

Posted on January 1, 2004

Limo King Enterprises of Palos Hills, Ill., celebrates 31 years in business. With 30 employees and 28 of the longest and most outrageous limousines, owner Bob Strauer, also known as “Limo Bob,” attributed the company’s success to having passion for shat you do, going for your dream, thinking positive, working hard and never giving up. He also said contributing to good causes is important. On Thanksgiving, Limo Bob gave rides to homeless as well as battered women and children to a local hotel for a holiday dinner.

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