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North Carolina Operator Sells Company, Seeks Next Move

Posted on October 2, 2014

RALEIGH, N.C. -- Twenty-five years ago, a divorce left Carrie Peele with three credit cards and a cash deficit.

So, Peele charged $15,000 and bought her first limousine. That’s how Blue Diamond Worldwide Transportation, a Raleigh-based limousine service, was born.

Triangle Business Journal article here

LCT article by Carrie Peele: Power Lunch In Pink

LCT Q&A w/ Carrie Peele: Operator Details Biz Dynamics of Pink Limos

Related Topics: business deals, Carrie Peele, mergers & acquisitions, North Carolina operators, women in the industry

Comments ( 1 )
  • anthony

     | about 4 years ago

    Great success story :) Next move: rent bucket list and go travel the world.... With todays economy your better off taking some time off and taking a long vacation

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