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BOSTON –- Commonwealth Worldwide Chauffeured Transportation has been awarded “Best Car Service” by Boston Magazine for the seventh time since 1983, and two years running.
“To be recognized for this award is very special,” said Dawson Rutter, founder and CEO, in a press release. “This is a testament to the outstanding efforts of our entire team – not only in Boston, but our New York City fleet operations team and our worldwide affiliate partners to make our clients’ experience as flawless as possible no matter where they travel."
Commonwealth Worldwide, celebrating its 35th anniversary, specializes in global corporate executive transportation services for business travel, private aviation, financial road shows, staged entertainment/ production tours, meetings and special events, and luxury hotels. An innovator in customer service technology,
Commonwealth has developed a comprehensive suite of mobile and desktop communications tools to allow clients to see where their vehicles are in real time and call their chauffeurs with the touch of a phone button.
In addition to being selected Best of Boston six other times, Commonwealth has been awarded national “Operator of the Year” by the Taxi, Limousine & Paratransit Association, the “Concierge Choice” Award from the New York City Association of Hotel Concierges, and the Hartford Insurance “Pewter Stag” Award for Safety twice.
Information: (617) 779-4600 or CommonwealthLimo.com.
GBTA Convention location: Booth #461.
Source: Commonwealth Worldwide press release
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