Prom Confessions From A Chauffeur

LCT Magazine
Posted on May 16, 2011
LIVELY LIVERY: One of the more challenging client bases for the industry is the prom market, which is now at fever pitch, with May being the big prom month at high schools nationwide. The prom market is a solid, reliable money-maker for operators, but it comes with more risks and watchful eyes. A generation ago, limos on prom night were the exception; now they are commonplace. One chauffeur with ABOVE ALL EXECUTIVE TRANSPORTATION AND LIMOUSINE SERVICE in Decatur, Ga., recently was interviewed by a local newspaper about DRIVING ON PROM NIGHT. -- Martin Romjue, LCT editor

Related Topics: customer service, industry trends, Weddings & Formals

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