Operations

Texas Operation Adds Grand Prix Event to Client List

Posted on October 29, 2012

AUSTIN, Texas — Locally-owned R&R Limousine & Bus recently was selected by the Circuit of the Americas as the venue’s official ground transportation provider during the 2012 Formula 1 United States Grand Prix.

“We are honored to be selected as the official ground transportation partner for the Circuit of the Americas and upcoming Formula 1 race,” said Paul Arcediano, owner/operator of R&R Limo. “We’ve been working years to prepare for this event, including relocating to a larger facility. The global spotlight will be shining on Austin that weekend and we are prepared to provide our standard world-class service.”

Circuit of The Americas will be the first purpose-built Grand Prix facility in the U.S. designed for any and all classes of racing, from motor power to human power, and be the U.S. home to the 2012 Formula 1 United States Grand Prix Nov. 16-18.

Circuit Chief Marketing and Revenue Officer Geoff Moore said, “They were an ideal choice as a partner for this project, as they are known for their reliable service, familiarity with the area and vast experience with a variety of major events.”

R&R Limo & Bus is no stranger to city-wide events. It has been the preferred transportation company for Austin’s SXSW music, film and interactive festival, one of the largest festivals in the country for the past three years, and also has provided transportation for the Austin City Limits music festival.

The company is experiencing tremendous growth. Most recently, in the past two months R&R Limo acquired Longhorn Limousine in Austin and A1 Limousine in San Antonio last year.

Information: (512) 947-7433; www.rrlimobus.com

Related Report: R&R To Hire 200 Drivers For Big Event

LCT background article: Texas Limo Operation Adds Four Motorcoaches

Source: R&R

Related Topics: group transportation, Paul Arcediano, special events, Texas operators

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