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New England Operator Chosen Best In State

LCT Staff
Posted on May 12, 2010

Grace Limousine wins the prestigious business award for the second year in a row from the New Hampshire Business Review and gets a 99.59% quality rating from Boston Coach.

MANCHESTER, N.H. — A leading business publication has chose GRACE LIMOUSINE of Manchester as the “Best Limousine/Transportation Company” in New Hampshire for the second year in a row.

Operator Michael Campbell, general manager of Grace Limousine, attributes the company’s repeat success to its focus on customer satisfaction.

“Every company talks about customer service, high quality, and a great fleet, but Grace has made a point to go beyond the jargon by consistently conducting client surveys, by requiring ongoing training for office staff and chauffeurs, and by continually updating our fleet, including all new L-Series sedans for 2010,” Campbell said.

“Our clients expect a high level of service, and I think our 99.59% quality rating from Boston Coach further proves that we consistently deliver,” Campbell added.

Founded in 1990, Grace Limousine operates a diverse 35-vehicle fleet, with 2010 sales expected to top $3 million.

About New Hampshire Business Review

For more than a quarter-century, the award-winning NEW HAMPSHIRE BUSINESS REVIEW has been the Granite State's leading source for business news, analysis and commentary and is one of the most respected sources for the essential news and information needed to do business in New Hampshire. Every two weeks, 50,000 decision-makers turn to the newspaper for authoritative and in-depth news coverage of the sectors that comprise New Hampshire's vibrant business community, ranging from real estate and construction to technology and financial services to hospitality.

Sources: Grace Limousine; New Hampshire Business Review

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