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Diva Limousine Launches New Website, Increases Online Presence

LCT Staff
Posted on January 9, 2008

LOS ANGELES — Diva Limo has launched its new interactive website, www.divalimo.com, which offers corporate travel managers, travel agents, and individuals intuitive, on-demand booking tools, and report management that aims to make booking reservations with Diva Limousine faster and easier. The site reduces the need for outside assistance, which ultimately leads to corporate cost-savings.

Diva Limousine's website offers a powerful suite of Internet-based solutions that allow clients to make reservations online 24/7, 365 days a year. Diva Limousine's real-time interface also allows clients to send reservations directly to their system for instant confirmation, including an authentic confirmation number, rate, airport meeting instructions, and pick-up time.

"The announcement of our new website launch is a significant enhancement of what is typically offered and expected within the chauffeured ground transportation industry and sets us apart as an innovative, industry-leading ‘Quality Focused People Driven’ services company," said Bijan Zoughi, president and CEO of Diva Limousine Ltd.

GNA Marketing Group a renowned brand identity and target marketing firm www.gnamg.com is responsible for conceptualizing, designing, and marketing the Diva Limousine Ltd. website.

SOURCE: PR Web

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