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Nashville Area Operator Lands Hockey Transportation Deal

LCT Staff
Posted on December 1, 2010

Grand Avenue Limo will provide regular transportation for Nashville Predator players and their fans.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The NASHVILLE PREDATORS hockey team and Bridgestone Arena recently announced that GRAND AVENUE LIMOUSINE & LUXURY TRANSPORT SERVICES has signed a deal to be the official premium ground transportation provider for the team and the arena.

“We are thrilled that the Preds and Bridgestone have selected us to take care of all of their transportation needs,” Grand Avenue CEO Carl Haley said in a statement. “With so many games and great events coming up it’s more important than ever that people get there on time and arrive in style. The way I see it, the Predators and Bridgestone drive the events and Grand Avenue Limo drives the people.”

“Our partnership with Grand Avenue has the ability to take the game experience to a whole new level,” Nashville Predators and Bridgestone Arena COO Sean Henry said. “Grand Avenue is the ultimate in premium transportation and attending an event at Bridgestone Arena has never been more luxurious.”

Grand Avenue Limousine & Luxury Transport Services (Grand Avenue Limo is a luxury personal chauffeured transportation service for the Greater Nashville, Brentwood, Franklin, and surrounding Middle Tennessee area. Grand Avenue Limo provides premium point-to-point transportation, with attention to detail, driver courtesy, and customer conveniences. It is fully registered, licensed and insured.

Source: GRAND AVENUE LIMOUSINE & LUXURY TRANSPORT SERVICES

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