Luxury Coach & Transportation

August 2018

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22 LUXURY COACH & TRANSPORTATION AUGUST 2018 WWW.LCTMAG.COM LuxuryTransportation Scene Introducing a new way to shop for a Livery Loan, welcome to the Limo Loan Store. With over 25 years of lending experience, we would like to invite you to visit the Limo Loan Store today! We will finance any vehicle for hire, from sedans to sprinters to coach buses! Looking to secure a loan for your next Limo or Bus purchase? Looking to receive three competitive offers for your loan? Looking to get 24 hour approvals? We offer loan terms to fit your financial goals and needs! Don't delay, contact us today! Also ask us about our Global Connector Program, linking you to industry products and services, globally! Visit us at: www.limoloanstore.com Call us Toll free at 1-800-546-1433 Or email us at inquiry@limoloanstore.com DON'T SHOP 'TIL YOU DROP. MAKE THE LIMO LOAN STORE YOUR FIRST STOP. *All applications are subject to credit approval casino trips, winery tours, and airport transportation. Its garaged fleet consists of stretch and super-stretch limousines, Lincoln Town Cars, SUVs, and custom executive coaches. Since 1996, the family owned and operated limousine service has been consistently recognized for providing the most professional limousine service in the Bristol County region. Information: www.bcclimo.com Bristol Coach owners Libby and John Cacaccio. PREVOST AWARD RECOGNIZES ITS PRODUCT QUALITY AND SERVICE SAINTE-CLAIRE, Quebec — Prevost in May won the award in the "Outstanding Performance Outside Que- bec" category at the Pléiades Gala organized by the Lévis Chamber of Commerce. The distinction underscores the years of effort and promo- tion across Canada and the U.S. that enabled the Que- bec manufacturer of upscale motorcoaches to carve out an enviable place in the North American market. Prevost's market share has grown considerably in the U.S. during the last year, in part due to its strategy of fostering the commuter market in California. Wi-Fi- equipped Prevost coaches make it possible for riders from California's tech compa- nies to work as they commute. Customer service is also part of this success; in 2017, four more service centers opened for a total of 14 service centers located across North America. Prevost's dedication to improving its vehicles and maintaining the highest brand standards was a deciding factor in the jury's decision. Information: www.prevostcar.com Back Row: (L to R): Maurice Gagné Jr., projects and ops purchasing director; Daniel Gravel, engineering director; Guillaume Varin, procurement, distribution, and logistic manager, all from Prevost. Front Row: (L to R): Rene Pre- vost, son of the Prevost founder; Emmanuelle Toussaint, VP of legal, regulatory, and public affairs; Judith Martin- Trudeau, legal counsel; Richard Prevost, grandson of the Prevost founder and transport and customs manager; and Chantal Savoie, logistic planner.

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