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Publicly Traded Limo Company Sees Stronger Share Value

Posted on November 28, 2012

LAS VEGAS, Nev. — Dynasty Limousine Inc. (PINK:DNYS), a chauffeured transportation company in Jacksonville, Fla., has been on the move in recent weeks from lows of around a nickel the stock has seen highs of $0.449. Currently trading at just under $0.30 DNYS continues to trade strong and boasts a loyal shareholder base that believes the stock goes much higher.

Unlike so many penny stock companies that come one day and are gone the next, Dynasty Limousine Inc. has been around since 1998 under the same ownership and management. It regularly provides service to A-List Celebrities, foreign dignitaries and major corporations. The company is owned by founder and CEO Anne Fleming and run by executives Pierce and Shelly Fleming.

What really sets DNYS apart from many on this exchange is that it reports a net income. The company generally makes a few hundred thousand dollars a year on about $1 million in annual revenues.

OTCMAGIC has recently published a new article on DNYS. To find out more about this stock and what OTCMAGIC projects for Dynasty Limousine Inc both short term and long term please go here: DNYS

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Related LCT Article: North Florida Limousine Service Sets April Revenue Record

Related LCT Article: Dynasty Limousine Keeps A High Stride

Related Topics: Dynasty Limousine, finance, Florida operators, Pierce Fleming, public companies

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