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Maine Limo Company Buys Scarborough Rival

Posted on November 23, 2016

Maine Limousine Service of South Portland has acquired a Scarborough competitor.

The company, founded in 1987 as Flo Hutchins Limousine, announced it purchased Lilley’s Limousine, effective Nov. 14.

The purchase expands the fleet of Maine Limousine to include a Chrysler 300 limousine, 10 sedans, four SUVs, three vans, eight limousines, a shuttle bus and an antique Bentley. All Lilley chauffeurs have been offered jobs with Maine Limousine, says co-owner Teale Smith.

Portland Press Herald article here

Related Topics: business deals, business growth, Maine operators, mergers & acquisitions, New England operators

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