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MORE MERGERS: Chicago And Boston Area Operators Combine

LCT Staff
Posted on October 5, 2009

CHICAGO -- Town and Country Limousine in Chicago has acquired Delaware Cars and Limousines, the oldest established limousine company in Chicago. Delaware Cars and Limousines will continue to operate as a separate brand under the same name. The new acquisition brings the total combined fleet to 50 vehicles. Town and Country Limousine is best known for being a preferred Chicago affiliate for the past 15 years.

“We see this merger as an opportunity for continued growth,” explains John Jansen, president of Town and Country Limousine. Town and Country Limousine also acquired Mirage All Pro Limousines and Buses Ltd. in Chicago over the summer. Mirage All Pro Limousines and Buses, Ltd. had nine vehicles. The two acquisitions bring a new fleet of mini-coaches to Town and Country giving them the ability to meet the growing demand for mini-coaches in this market.

Town and Country Limousine also is exploring other candidates for acquisition in the Chicago market. Information: Town and Country website or call (800)381-6222.

BOSTON -- Corporate Limousine of Bedford, MA has acquired A1 Airport Livery of Cape Ann, MA. The new acquisition expands the territory that A1 covers to include the Boston and surrounding areas, and the region from Cape Ann to Cape Cod. George Colarullo, co-owner of Corporte Limousine, said “With this acquisition, we are better equipped to cover a larger area in Eastern Massachusetts while not incurring additional costs, allowing our rates to remain competitive.”

George and Curt Colarullo, owners of Corporate Limousine, have more than 35 years experience in the transportation industry. Their 25- vehicle fleet consists of Lincoln Town Cars, Chevy Suburban SUVs, Stretch Limousines, and Executive 14-person vans.

Corporate Limousine can be reached at (781)-274-6200.

Source: Linda Jagiela, LCT Magazine

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