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Green Ride Global Opens First U.S. Office

LCT Staff
Posted on February 27, 2008

TORONTO, Ont. — The increasing demand among ground transportation companies for environmental solutions has created a surge in membership for Green Ride Global (GRG), an Environmental Sustainability solutions firm for the ground transportation industry based in Toronto. GRG is now opening its first U.S. office in San Francisco.

Four of GRG’s most recent clients are: Elite Transportation Services Atlanta, Elite Green Car, Luxury Limousines of Sacramento, and Global Alliance Worldwide Chauffeured Services. GRG has successfully launched clients of varying fleet sizes in a wide scope of markets including San Francisco, Atlanta, Sacramento, Cleveland, Toronto, and Ottawa, among others.

“Our U.S. base will start as a satellite office in San Francisco,” says Justin Raymond, president and CEO of Green Ride Global. “There is such a notable ‘green’ presence throughout California, San Francisco was natural choice for our first U.S. location. Plus, two of our most recent clients, Pure Luxury Transportation and Luxury Limousines of Sacramento are market leaders in the region.”

Source: Green Ride Global

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