Colorado Operator Engages Industry And Clients

Lexi Tucker
Posted on March 28, 2017

Mt Limousine LLC owner Mo Tazi

Mt Limousine LLC owner Mo Tazi

DENVER, Colo. — In business for 14 years, Mt Limousine LLC owner Mo Tazi is a member of the NLA, Colorado Limousine Association (CLA), Better Business Bureau (BBB), and the Minority Limousine Operators of America (MLOA). In other words, he’s an operator who’s heavily involved in the industry and someone you can count on to take proper care of your clients.

With a 50/50 farm-in to farm-out ratio, Tazi believes the most important part of affiliate work, besides treating their clients as if they were your own, is to communicate heavily.

“We get meticulous with details and keep affiliates updated every step of the way. We let them know when the chauffeur is on location, has the client in the vehicle, and when they have dropped the passenger off. If there are any changes, we call them right away and let them know what’s going on.”


Tazi started his company with one vehicle, and now has a fleet of 10. He credits his growth to the fact he and his chauffeurs are professional, punctual, and always exceed clients’ expectations.

A change he’s noticed in the practice of affiliating is he sees many smaller operators getting into the affiliate market who give really good rates but reduce the quality of their service. “Our pricing isn’t the highest or the lowest, but we don’t cut any corners; we like to think we are fair,” he explains.

He signed his business up with LCT Connect to meet new affiliates, or family members as he calls them, and increase his affiliate business to help take on TNCs.

Mt Limousine LLC services all of Colorado, as well as private aviation companies and all major airports.

Tazi runs a healthy mix of Cadillac, Chevrolet, Chrysler, GMC, and Lincoln vehicles in his fleet, turning them over every three years. “If anyone needs help in our area, we’d be happy to take on more affiliate work.”

Related Topics: affiliate networks, Affiliate Report, Colorado operators, farm-in farm-out, How To, MLOA

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