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Military Veteran Applies Skills To Limousine Operation

Posted on January 9, 2015
CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. -- Zachary Morgan started Elevation Limousines after attending a workshop last year by Edge4Vets, a Fordham University program that helps veterans transfer their military skills to civilian jobs.

Sun-Sentinel business article here

Related Topics: Florida operators, New Operator, small-fleet operators, starting a limousine company, startup

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