Spending is estimated to advance another 7.1% in 2018 and will expand to $1.7 trillion total by 2022.
NEW CANAAN, Conn. -- Hoyt Livery, a New Canaan-based limousine and car service for business and leisure travelers, recently launched a new mobile application, "Hoyt On-the-Go."
The free app is designed to be a convenient tool for clients who travel frequently. Whether a traveler needs a ride to the airport or is planning a meeting in the city, Hoyt's app allows clients to schedule a new trip, check their reservation and keep a record of their frequent destinations to make booking easier for future trips, all from their iPhone or iPad.
“Most of our clients are very busy business travelers — they're not behind their desk, they're on the go,” said Lynda Silvestro, co-owner of Hoyt Livery. “We felt they needed this app to be able to book and manage their trips from the palms of their hands.”
In addition, Hoyt has completed a website re-launch. Visitors to the website are able to sign up for an account and make reservations; register for their Marquis Rewards Club, which gives them a free airport trip for every 10 rides completed; check fares to destinations in the New York tri-state area; earn Referral Rewards when a friend books a trip; and access the monthly newsletter, Hoyt's Here!, which provides tips and news for frequent Fairfield County business travelers. The website re-launch coincides with the redesign of Hoyt Livery's logo, as well, and includes a mobile interface for users accessing from their phones.
Lynda and Santo Silvestro, longtime residents of New Canaan, purchased Hoyt Livery in 1987. Their fleet of luxury limousines and cars are company owned and its chauffeurs are direct, company-trained employees.
Source: New Canaan News
Industry leader Scott Solombrino calls the measure ‘crazy’ and a ‘crisis’ for luxury transportation operators.
The event provides a wide platform for the industry to promote its safety, comfort, and convenience advantages.
LMCPays will be the newest agent office for the major industry credit card processor.
AUG. LCT: A panel of operators learned all about handling operations during extreme natural events.
AUG. LCT: Here’s how to ease one of the most difficult transitions your operations may ever have to make.
AUG. LCT: The top operators in the luxury transportation industry who attended this year’s exclusive annual executive conference offer some best practices that can work in your operation.
A package of bills passed Aug. 8 will shake up for-hire transportation in New York City.
AUG. LCT Cover: Two-time Operator of the Year Award winner Harry Dhillon grows revenues by taking some risks.
eNews Exclusive: Johnny McBride would have never been exposed to the idea of a luxury transportation company if he hadn’t gotten his start as a part-time driver.
AUG. LCT: You find a way to be good all of the time instead of perfect some of the time.
Here are 13 steps you should follow after one of your cars is involved in a collision.
The city plans to enforce a limit on the number of private ground transportation vehicles allowed.
AUG. LCT: After April 1, 2018, drivers found out of compliance with electronic logging devices could be ordered out of service. Is your service at risk?
AUG. LCT: Affluent buyers are more likely to want an experience and a feeling, along with safety and convenience.
The world's No. 1 online marketplace and trader for professional chauffeured and chartered vehicles, including all types of motorcoaches, buses, vans, stretch limousines, sedans, SUVs, exotics, and classics. New and used vehicles are available from sellers across the nation.
The best online networker to find quality affiliates worldwide and market your company.
Click on any state to see the latest industry news and events in that region.