Windy City Limousine & Bus Wins "Best Of" Award

Posted on May 24, 2017
A Windy City touring bus built by Caleche (Photo courtesy of Windy City)
A Windy City touring bus built by Caleche (Photo courtesy of Windy City)

CHICAGO -- The Illinois Meetings and Events Magazine named Windy City Limousine and Bus “The Best Transportation Company in Illinois” on May 9. This was the eighth time in nine years WCL has won this honor.

“Our team works so hard on a daily basis to be the best. It is gratifying to see their efforts have been rewarded,” said Windy City President George Jacobs in a press release, 

Vice President Kathy Kahne credits the success of Windy City Limousine to its proven record of reliability and customer-first mentality. “People trust what we say,” she says. “If we tell you we’re going to do it, we do it.” The company’s fleet includes sedans, SUVs, vans, minicoaches, and 56-passenger motorcoaches. The diverse fleet and years of experience has created many achievements for the company:

• Official transportation company of the Chicago Cubs, Chicago Bulls, Chicago White Sox, and Chicago Bears.
• Named to the Inc. 500/5000 Fastest Growing Companies 5 times.
• Handled all transportation for The Oprah show for 15 years and many other Chicago based shows.
• Handled all major delegations during the NATO Summit in Chicago.

Source: Windy City press release

Related Topics: Chicago operators, George Jacobs, honors and awards, Illinois operators, Windy City Limousine

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