Operations

Florida Operator Promotes Safety Aspects of Five-Door Limos

Tim Crowley
Posted on September 3, 2013

The Youtube videos are embedded directly onto the homepage and link to the company’s Youtube channel at www.youtube.com/user/TheAmbassadorLimo.

Ambassador Limousine of Tampa, Fla., has videos with a direct and honest approach with CEO Ken Lucci speaking into the camera as if he were giving a client a tour of his vehicles. He has videos highlighting his Sprinter Vans and sedan fleet as well as a special two-part series on safety he filmed directly following the May 4 limo fire near San Francisco. The two part safety video addresses the buzz topics that sprang out in the aftermath of the fire, such as five-door and exit procedures, and he explains clearly the safety measures his company implements for stretch limos.

Lucci is a prime example of an operator who takes initiative when the media spotlight shines and one who doesn’t shy away from tough questions. Confident in his knowledge, he posted these informational videos on the morning he was asked to appear on the local news to speak about the terrible fire.

Such creativity and enterprise can distinguish you from your competitors, as Ambassador’s videos prove. Be sure to browse the Youtube channel for Ambassador and note how Lucci uses video to highlight unique aspects of his fleet, such as parade-ready custom convertible limousines and a company membership program called “Flex.”

To learn more, go to www.ambassadorlimotampa.com, and www.youtube.com/user/TheAmbassadorLimo.

Related Topics: limousine fires, limousine safety, Southern U.S. Operators, video

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  • The Judge

     | about 4 months ago

    How you treated people and disrespected everyone, like you were king schitt, and how you ever got as far as you did without getting your f'king clock cleaned is beyond me Ken...

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