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Connecticut Company Says Goodbye To Limousines

Posted on February 3, 2016

Teddy's Transportation System, Inc. has been part of the Norwalk, Conn. business scene for 84 years.

The company's limousine division started with one limousine and one Lincoln Town Car, which was met with great success.

However, as of Aug. 1, 2016, there are no more limousines for hire at Teddy's. Teddy's Transportation System will use its partnerships with other companies for minibuses and minivans when they are needed.

[LCT Magazine awarded Teddy's Transportation System Operator of the Year in the 31 to 50 vehicles category in 2012].

The Hour article here

Related Topics: business growth, Connecticut operators, Operator of the Year, stretch limousine, Ted Wisniewski, Teddy's Transportation System

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