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Sacramento Operator Starts Racing Limos Franchise

LCT Staff
Posted on November 22, 2006

SACRAMENTO, CALIF. — Robert Adkins, an avid NASCAR fan, partnered with Racing Limos, a franchise started by Bryan Pease in Florida, earlier this year.

Since that time, Adkins’ company, Sacramento Racing Limos, has primarily driven parties on the weekends in a racecar-themed 2006 Dodge Charger. Like a real racecar, the vehicle is fitted with a faux chassey adjustment, windshield braces, retainer clips on the hood, and NASCAR-themed vinyl decals. The operator says his most enjoyable work is giving back to the children in his community. He recently provided services to a local elementary school and the Make a Wish Foundation.

Adkins also recently became the official VIP limousine provider for Infineon Raceway and its six major events and 13 races this year. In addition, the company transported NASCAR legend Parnelli Jones from the airport to the Vintage Car Show held last summer in Roseville, Calif.

Source: Lincoln News Messenger

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