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D.C. Operator Richard Kane Takes On Uber Black

Posted on November 24, 2015


WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Richard Kane wants to go toe-to-toe with ride-sharing giant Uber Technologies Inc. to compete for the on-demand luxury ride market.

Kane, the president and CEO of D.C.-based International Limousine Service Inc., is releasing an app called Wheelz on Demand that will allow customers to hail high-end sedans and Lincoln Town Cars with their smartphones. It's a direct attempt to take on Uber Black service.

Washington Business Journal article here

Related Topics: apps, mobile technology, on-demand service, Richard Kane, startup, vehicle apps, Washington DC operators

Comments ( 1 )
  • anthony

     | about 3 years ago

    We need all airport pick up chauffeurs to have a sign that says "wheelz on demand" There is nothing wrong on supporting an operator that has come up with the best idea to get those customers. Even an add on the airline magazine What we offer is a chauffeur and a service

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