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Mass. Operator Gains From Acquisitions

Posted on January 11, 2012
Boston-area operator John Greene has grown his fleet to 70 vehicles in the two short years since he was the 2010 LCT Operator of the Year in the 11-30 vehicles category.

Boston-area operator John Greene has grown his fleet to 70 vehicles in the two short years since he was the 2010 LCT Operator of the Year in the 11-30 vehicles category.

Boston-area operator John Greene has grown his fleet to 70 vehicles in the two short years since he was the 2010 LCT Operator of the Year in the 11-30 vehicles category.
Boston-area operator John Greene has grown his fleet to 70 vehicles in the two short years since he was the 2010 LCT Operator of the Year in the 11-30 vehicles category.

RANDOLPH, Mass. -- Succeeding in a tough economy isn’t a stretch for local limousine magnate Johnny Greene. Greene’s Randolph-based ETS International will close its 2011 books with $6 million in revenue.

Boston Herald article on John Greene's ETS International here.

Related Topics: Boston operators, business growth, John Greene, Massachusetts operators, mergers & acquisitions

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