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Philadelphia-Area Operation Opens New Bus Garage

Posted on July 5, 2017
Dennis Adams, CEO of Celebrity Worldwide (file LCT photo courtesy of Dennis Adams)
Dennis Adams, CEO of Celebrity Worldwide (file LCT photo courtesy of Dennis Adams)

MALVERN, Penn. – Celebrity Worldwide Chauffeured Transportation has opened a new bus garage, allowing it to more efficiently maintain and turnaround its bus fleet for its growing group transportation clientele.

“Celebrity continues to engineer our business to better meet the needs of our customers,” said Dennis B. Adams, CEO and president of Celebrity Worldwide Chauffeured Transportation, in a statement.

The 5,000-square foot garage, located at the American Helicopter Museum in West Chester, has been converted into a specialized storage warehouse with a fully loaded detail area. It includes a designated lot for outside parking. The location offers easy access to Route 22 and Route 3, allowing Celebrity Worldwide to better cater to their clients with ease.

“Our new garage is more modern and better located to meet the multi-passenger needs of our customers who use our larger equipment, including Sprinters, shuttles, mini-coaches, and large luxury motorcoaches,” Adams said.

Information: Dennis Adams at (610)854-0925 or [email protected]; www.celebritylimo.com.

About Celebrity Worldwide Chauffeured Transportation

Dennis Adams, the CEO and founder of Celebrity Worldwide Chauffeured Transportation began the company in 1991 with just one car. Since then, the company has grown to include more than 25 vehicles and a 12,000-square foot building and separate large vehicle garage. Celebrity has the honor of being Limousine, Charter & Tour Magazine’s 2012 “Large Operator of the Year.” Each day, the Celebrity Worldwide Chauffeured Transportation team lives the company’s mission, offering limousine chauffeur services with an attention to detail.

Source: Celebrity Worldwide press release

Related Topics: business expansion, Dennis Adams, facilities, motorcoaches, Pennsylvania operators, philadelphia

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