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Summer Camp Becomes Market For Stretch Limo Service

Posted on July 23, 2014

Sitting down for gourmet fish and chips and sushi at the Ocean Grill, 14-year-old Melano Popiashvili and her pals discuss their morning horseback ride through Central Park and the fun afternoon that lies ahead — a chauffeur-driven tour in a stretch limousine that will stop by FAO Schwarz and a tony equestrian store.

“Traveling in the limo will be really cool,” says Popiashvili, a high school sophomore from Ridgewood, NJ. Sipping Shirley Temples with her fellow tweens, 11-year-old Anna Friedland of Manhattan breathlessly chimes in: “I’m going to buy my favorite candy to take back to the dorm.”Sitting down for gourmet fish and chips and sushi at the Ocean Grill, 14-year-old Melano Popiashvili and her pals discuss their morning horseback ride through Central Park and the fun afternoon that lies ahead — a chauffeur-driven tour in a stretch limousine that will stop by FAO Schwarz and a tony equestrian store.

New York Post article here

Related Topics: building your clientele, limousine packages, New York operators, VIP service, youth marketing

Comments ( 1 )
  • anthony

     | about 4 years ago

    Nice story, i just did not like the old limousine they rode in . (It almost looks like the old classic limo builder ceiling)

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