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Los Angeles Limousine Service Supports Children’s Charity

Posted on November 2, 2011

LOS ANGELES — KLS Transportation Service of Los Angeles have renewed their support for SmileTrain, a charity that provides cleft repair surgery to children living in impoverished countries.

SmileTrain's volunteer physicians performed more than 100,000 surgeries in 2010 alone, thanks to donations from compassionate individuals and businesses such as KLS. The problem isn't that there are not existing medical solutions for this terrible condition; the problem is that so many children subsist on a couple of dollars a day, barely able to survive let alone afford a complex medical procedure like cleft repair surgery. Now this socio-economic gap is starting to close because responsible parties like KLS are stepping up.

KLS Transportation Service provides luxury chauffeured transportation in Los Angeles with 28 vehicles in its fleet, includin  Lincoln Town Cars, Cadillac Escalades, Mercedes S550s and S400 hybrids, 6-10 pax limousines, 30-pax minicoaches and 20-30 pax party buses. Its customer base includes corporate VIPs to groups of club-hoppers who want to party around the city.  

The company's 24 hour, live reservations center is available to answer any questions and book all last minute transportation requests.

Source: PR News Wire

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