Operations

New Jersery Limo Service Celebrates 30th Anniversary

Tom Halligan
Posted on May 9, 2014

MONTVALE, N.J. -- Launched from their dingy basement in 1984 with $10,000 in hand, Doris and John Sutich dreamed that one day their two-car operation would turn into something bigger. Today, celebrating their 30th year as Perfect Limo Service, based in Montvale, N.J., their vision is a reality with 30 vehicles and 45 employees.

“We really had no idea what we were getting into,” said Doris, CEO. “The industry has changed so much over the years, but it’s been a wonderful business and now our children are involved.”

Based at the historic Octagon House since 1999, Perfect Limo serves major corporations based in the North New Jersey region as well as providing retail services and global affiliate work.

Together with her husband, John, who serves as company president, the couple bases their success on providing exceptional customer care.

“The industry has changed so much and so many ups and downs over the year with 9-11 and the recessions, but it is definitely more professional and we have been successful,” noted Doris. “I think that providing super service and creating a warm and fuzzy feeling to our clients makes us stand out.”

-- Tom Halligan, LCT East Coast editor

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Related Topics: anniversaries, anniversary: operator profiles, Dan Sutich, New Jersey operators, Perfect Limo Service

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