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MANCHESTER, N.H. — We all know it’s a tough time to recruit top-notch employees. Nationally, unemployment is a low 4.1%, and in New Hampshire, it’s an unbelievable 2.6%. When you have exacting standards like Grace Limousine & Shuttle, it can be hard to find chauffeurs who are up to the task.
So when Grace CEO Mike Campbell learned that New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu had long been interested inchauffeuring, he jumped at the chance to hire him . . . for the day, at least.
Governor Sununu started his day on May 4 undergoing driver training with Grace’s chauffeur manager, Jen Goulet. He caught on quickly. Next, he drove Mike Campbell and Elliot Health System’s Doug Dean to a business meeting at the Purple Finch Café in Grace’s iconic Tesla sedan.
"In today’s employment economy, finding qualified, professional chauffeurs is one of our greatest challenges as a business," Campbell said. "Imagine my delight when Governor Sununu arrived onsite for his training. In all seriousness, our time with Governor Sununu as our celebrity driver-for-a-day was the experience of a lifetime.
Governor Sununu’s “driver-for-a-day” experience was a fun way to introduce him to the luxury ground transportation industry. Campbell and Grace were honored to have him on staff.
Grace Limousine and Shuttle provides luxury transportation in New Hampshire and throughout New England. Grace commits to its community by collaborating with business partners, supporting charities, and communicating with political and business leaders.
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