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Reliance Worldwide Nominated for UK Business Awards

Posted on November 13, 2013

LONDON, England — Reliance Worldwide, a global chauffeured transportation company and courier company, has been nomiated for two QSI Awards, from UK-based Professional Driver Magazine. Reliance Worldwide is up for best Marketing Award, and Chauffeur Company of the Year Award for Large Operators of 31+ vehicles.

Winners will be revealed on Nov. 21 at a Gala Awards evening to be held at the Effingham Park Hotel, UK.

The Professional Driver QSi Awards are designed to recognize chauffeur and private hire operators that demonstrate excellent standards of Quality, Service and Innovation. Owner of Reliance Worldwide, Reza Choudhury, said of the nominations, "It's a testament to all the hardwork my staff and chauffeurs have put in over the years — just being nominated is success within itself."

Choudhury won the first-ever LCT International Entrepreneur of the Year Award during the 1st annual LCT People's Choice Awards on Oct. 28 during LCT Show East in Atlantic City, N.J.

Professional Driver Magazine goes out to 38,000 industry professionals in the chauffeur driven market, targeting all chauffeur and private hire companies in the United Kingdom. The QSI Awards Competition is open to all companies operating in the United Kingdom. This is the first year that Professional Driver Magazine is having the QSI competition to honor the best of the best operators in the UK.

Information: www.prodrivermags.com.

Source: Reliance Worldwide

Related Topics: honors and awards, international, London operators, Reliance Worldwide, Reza Choudhury

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