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A Backstage Look At Orlando Limousine Company - Backstage Limous












However, the myriad of pictures that adorn the homepage, and the fleet page hold such a strong power, they clash with and almost trump the companys age. The most prominent pictures are displayed in an automatic slideshow, centered on the top of the homepage. These large, high-resolution images showcase Backstage Limousine services, emphasizing the transportation services to/for specific events/clients: Disney World, cruises, airports, hotels, casinos, weddings, proms, nights on the town, and business/corporate affairs. Backstage Limousines incredible (source) fleet is also a main exhibit, on the homepage where pictures of the vehicles scroll across the page, as well as individual, clean pictures of each vehicle in the fleet. Backstage Limousines new online image symbolizes and showcases everything the company has to offer. The site remains simple because it is easily navigated and straight forward with its clear list of vehicles and correlating prices. Similar to the limo company, the website is hassle-free, without any confusion. <br>visit http://www.tmcnet.com/usubmit/-backstage-look-orlando-limousine-company-backstage-limousines-fresh-/2013/11/15/7543373.htm







Limousine driver denies child enticement, other charges against him





Experience has led Backstage to make wise decisions and gauge the needs of its clientele. A solid reputation has brought in a steady flow of customers and therefore, revenue. As a result of both, Backstage Limousine has a fleet that includes over 20 different types or models of vehicles. Backstageas fleet is comprised of a large array of different sized vehicles and models. For smaller parties of between four and six person, and less, there are four different types of vehicles for customers to choose from. Geared more specifically towards car services, Backstage Limousine offers the widely associated, Lincoln Town Car or a higher-class, Mercedes S550, for up to four passengers. For parties up to six persons, they also offer the Suburban SUV, along with a higher-end SUV, the Escalade. Even standard car services come with options and luxury within Backstage Limousineas fleet. <br>visit http://www.streetinsider.com/Press+Releases/Orlando+Limousine+Service%2C+Backstage+Limousine%E2%80%99s+Adds+New+Fleet+to+Their+Website/8856477.html





Orlando Limousine Service, Backstage Limousine’s Adds New Fleet to Their Website





Robert Konst on Monday said he never intended to hurt the two 12-year-old boys the morning of Nov. 3, when Solon Police contend he told the children they could get in the limousine and take pictures. Konst said he was in the limousine's driver's seat when he saw the children run toward the vehicle, which was parked in the lot of strip mall on Aurora Road. "The first thing the kid says is 'Can we get a ride?'" Konst said. "And I said, 'You know what? This is why you don't ask people (for a ride) because one of these days, someone is going to snatch you, and you (are going to go) missing. You don't do that.'" Konst said he told the boys they could get a picture from the outside of the limousine. But, he said, the children ran away. <br>visit http://www.cleveland.com/solon/index.ssf/2013/11/limousine_driver_denies_child.html





Limousine Operators Fighting City Licensing





Mr. Guberti said that if Westchester operators were forced to raise their rates by 40 percent to cover higher operating costs resulting from New York City licensing requirements, the average charge for a sedan holding up to three passengers going from White Plains to La Guardia Airport would rise to $91 from $65, not including tolls, parking fees or tip. The average charge for a stretch limousine carrying up to six passengers from White Plains to the Manhattan Theater District would rise from to $151 from $108. Mr. Guberti also said that Westchester operators were concerned that if they are licensed by the New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission their insurance rates could be raised. "We'll probably be treated by the insurance companies as vehicles operating within New York City and be charged much higher premiums," he said. He estimated that insurance would likely increase by $1,500 a vehicle, and by imposing its requirements on suburban operators the city would open the operators to further business taxes. <br>visit http://www.nytimes.com/1992/05/17/nyregion/limousine-operators-fighting-city-licensing.html



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