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Lindsey Limousine Wins “Best Limousine Company”

Posted on June 23, 2017
Michael Lindsey (3rd from L) with industry friends, May 21, 2017 at the LCT Leadership Summit in Miami Beach (LCT photo)

Michael Lindsey (3rd from L) with industry friends, May 21, 2017 at the LCT Leadership Summit in Miami Beach (LCT photo)

HARTFORD, Conn. – Lindsey Limousine has been on a roll lately. First, it won the Hartford Business Journals’ Best of Business Award in January and now earns the Best Limousine Company Award from Hartford Magazine.

“We’ve seen a big shift in new business, brand loyalty, and name recognition, and our growing customer base continues to recommend us to others,” said Michael Lindsey, president and CEO, in a press release.

“Both wins are a result of independent voting by the public and are a reflection of the current conditions in our market,” he added.

Lindsey started out as a chauffeur in 1987 and branched out on his own in 1989 with his first car. Today, the company has a fleet of diverse vehicles for every occasion with a focus on corporate travel. With the acquisition of AirportLIMO.com in 2009, the company provides service in more than 550 cities worldwide.

Lindsey Limousine started out as the “go to” company for other companies to send their work to when their clients are in the Hartford area, and now they arrange transportation for clients on a global scale.

Source: Lindsey Limousine press release

Related Topics: Connecticut operators, honors and awards, Michael Lindsey, operator achievements

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