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BostonCoach Switches to Lincoln

LCT Staff
Posted on August 7, 2001

BostonCoach is converting its fleet to Lincoln Town Cars. The Everett, Mass.-based company, owned by Fidelity Investments, has decided to convert its 750-plus company-owned Volvos to the Lincoln Town Car Executive Series L. The company has already begun the transition, and expects to have the Lincolns in its eight U.S locations (Boston, Chicago, Minneapolis, Newark, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco and Washington D.C) by February 2002.

?BostonCoach is focused on providing our customers with, best-in-class quality and service,? said Russ Cooke, company president. ?The amenities provided by the new Lincolns, in combination with the safety, security and reliability of our drivers and the enhanced service and convenience that we are able to provide through state-of-the-art technology platforms, produce a total customer experience that can?t be replicated.?

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