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New England Operator Builds On His Father’s Legacy

LCT Staff
Posted on October 13, 2010

OCTOBER LCT FEATURE: For Michael Campbell, picking up the company after his father’s death wasn’t easy, but a year and a half later, the company is growing and looking forward.

MANCHESTER, N.H. — After his father died in March 2009, operator Michael Campbell found himself with a tough act to follow. Since then, he has developed a determination that makes it possible. Having been in the industry for five years before his father died, Campbell still takes pride in being involved with every aspect of GRACE LIMOUSINE, and remains dedicated to the legacy of his father, Ian, who founded the company in 1990. Michael occasionally chauffeurs, dispatches at least two days a week, as Ian did, and continues to manage this growing company.

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