Operations

Longtime Vermont Limo Company Fails To Find A Buyer

Posted on June 18, 2014
Benways Taxi, the Riverside Avenue company which also operates Yellow Cab, Morf Transit, Airport Taxi and Apollo Limousine Service, will close in July.(Photo: EMILY McMANAMY/FREE PRESS)

Benways Taxi, the Riverside Avenue company which also operates Yellow Cab, Morf Transit, Airport Taxi and Apollo Limousine Service, will close in July.(Photo: EMILY McMANAMY/FREE PRESS)

Benways Taxi, the Riverside Avenue company which also operates Yellow Cab, Morf Transit, Airport Taxi and Apollo Limousine Service, will close in July.(Photo: EMILY McMANAMY/FREE PRESS)
Benways Taxi, the Riverside Avenue company which also operates Yellow Cab, Morf Transit, Airport Taxi and Apollo Limousine Service, will close in July.(Photo: EMILY McMANAMY/FREE PRESS)

BURLINGTON, VT — After a 35-year run, Benways Taxi, which also operated Apollo Limousine Service, is closing its doors in July after the company failed to find a buyer for the company.

Owned by the Robar family and employing an estimated 65-75 employees, the company also operated Yellow Cab, Morf Transit, and Airport Taxi as part of its operation.

Burlington Free Press article here

Related Topics: anniversaries, family businesses, taxis, Vermont operators

Comments ( 1 )
  • Daniel Krueger

     | about 4 years ago

    Sad to read. Wanda and family are wonderful people.

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