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Tiffany Sells Navigator Stretch to Sacramento Operator

LCT Staff
Posted on September 26, 2008

API Limousine ( http://apilimos.com ) located in Elk Grove, Calif., recently announced the addition of Sacramento’s newest 2008 Lincoln Navigator to the company’s ever expanding fleet of vehicles. API’s CEO John Costan explains, ”We went through an exhaustive search to locate and purchase this exquisite 14 passenger vehicle built by the premier coach builder, Tiffany Motorworks of Brea, California”.

The new Navigator sports a black on black appearance with stunning chrome wheels, impeccable leather seating, and three brilliant flat screen TVs. The limo’s IPod-ready 10-speaker surround sound is just a bonus. API states that the additional vehicle is necessary to meet the increasing capacity demands of API’s extensive client list.

Even before the addition, API has been doing something special. Despite Sacramento’s struggling economy, API has seen ridership increase by a staggering 70% in the month of August, which is historically one of the slowest months of the year for the limousine business. Costan attributes this unprecedented growth to the acquisition of corporate agreements and the strategic marketing partnership between API Limousine and California Suntan Spas.

“We owe our success to our strategic partners; together, we are able to provide our mutual clients with a comprehensive basket of services from wine tours to wedding planning to personal health care and more.”

In order to celebrate API newest acquisition, the company is offering a $100 discount for the first 25 clients who call and book the Navigator for one of API VIP Premium Packages.

Source: API press release

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