Operations

Limo Company Causes 22 People To Miss Friend’s Wedding

Posted on September 18, 2013

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — They say MGM Limousine gave them the ride from hell! A group missed their friend’s wedding because of the party bus driver and shoddy vehicle, and when the limo company wouldn’t give them a refund, they called Kurtis.

The company refused a refund unless they took down their negative Yelp reviews.

“So our limo is overheating for the wedding that we’re supposed to be at in like 5 minutes,” said one of the wedding guests.

Decked out in their party dresses and suits, this iPhone video shows the group of 22 headed to a wedding, stranded outside the party bus on a highway.

For the full story go to sacramento.cbslocal.com.

Related Topics: California operators, chauffeur behavior, customer service, limo buses, passenger safety, weddings

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