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Rosedale Livery to Provide Green Transportation at Film Festival

LCT Staff
Posted on September 5, 2007

TORONTO, Ontario — Rosedale Livery Ltd. is bringing a touch of “green” to the Toronto International Film Festival as Canada’s first member of the Green Ride Global (GRG) program. With environmental issues sweeping the global consciousness, a line-up of environmentally active celebrities and experts will be chauffeured to the various film premiers in Rosedale’s eco-friendly fleet.

“With all the messages that bombard us every day about going green, it was refreshing to see the type of leading-edge program Green Ride Global offers to its client base,” said Craig McCutcheon,

Through the GRG program, Rosedale Livery becomes 100% carbon neutral, has initiated research and adoption of cutting-edge hybrid technologies for its fleet, and has committed to extensive chauffeur training on enhanced fuel efficiency.

“We recognize that Rosedale Livery has a solid reputation both within its own marketplace and the industry itself. We search for market leaders who appreciate the changing nature of the business and want to stay ahead of the curve,” said Justin Raymond, president of Green Ride Global. “The market is just beginning to open its eyes to how the affects of greening can also help build a better and more responsible business,” said McCutcheon. “We are ecstatic to be a part of this program’s incredible potential.”

Source: Green Ride Global

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