Gold Shield Brings Together Operator Trio

Lexi Tucker
Posted on June 27, 2018
(l to r) TJ Doyle, Jami Crouch, and David Monsey are quite the dream team. (Photo: TJ Doyle)

(l to r) TJ Doyle, Jami Crouch, and David Monsey are quite the dream team. (Photo: TJ Doyle)

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — TJ Doyle, vice president of operations for Gold Shield Transportation in Lexington, Ky. said June 26 he would be bringing on two well-known industry players to start a new branch of operations in Indianapolis: Jami Crouch, previously of Premier Transportation of Dallas, and David Monsey, formerly of Avalon Transportation.

Crouch will serve as the newly appointed director of operations, overseeing the entire Indianapolis branch, while Monsey has been dubbed director of chauffeurs and logistics, whose duties will include hiring and training chauffeurs and bus drivers. He’ll also be serving his current and new clients after Gold Shield acquires his company.

When asked how they all teamed up, Doyle said he and Crouch have been able to work together over the years through different networking groups and established a strong relationship. “I knew both Jami and David were go-getters and understood what they brought to the table. We all kept in contact and it’s always been in the back of our minds to try and establish a company close to both of them.” After discussing the idea with his father and company owner, George Doyle, the crew decided to move forward with the idea.

“It’s been an honor and pleasure working with the Doyles. They are an incredible family and operation, and to be able to take that and bring it to another market is something I’m so proud of,” Crouch said.

“In addition, having David on the team, an individual who exudes professionalism, and to be able to take what he does every day with clients and teach that to the rest of our chauffeur team is just icing on the cake.”

“I’m incredibly excited to be a part of this group, and can’t wait to see what we accomplish together,” Monsey said.

The three agree their priority is to take care of clients by offering a luxury ground transportation service that will be able to accommodate all needs, from sedans to motorcoaches. "We want to give the clients what they’ve been asking for,” Crouch said.

The new Indianapolis branch will emphasize corporate work, as Gold Shield already serves clients in that area. “Indianapolis is an untapped market with lots of opportunity for growth with professional services," Crouch said. "Our relationships with existing affiliates will enable us to help them serve anyone in the state.”

Related Topics: affiliate networks, customer service, Indiana operators, Kentucky operators, mergers & acquisitions, motorcoaches, premium luxury sedans, SUVs

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