Las Vegas Corporate Limousine Rental Limo Airport Transfer Services Launched

VIP Limousines of Nevada, a professional Las Vegas limousine rental company, updated its corporate and airport transfer services. The company provides limousines that can accommodate up to fourteen passengers, working with specially trained chauffeurs to offer high-class transportation for corporate and business clients.

Las Vegas, United States - August 12, 2017 /PressCable/ —

VIP Limousines of Nevada, a luxury transportation company based in Las Vegas, announced an updated range of corporate limousine rental and airport transfer services. The company works with carefully selected chauffeurs operating an exclusive fleet of limousines, SUVs and party buses to provide corporate clients with custom transfer and transportation services.

More information can be found at http://gold-rated.com/Transportation.

Limousines have long been appreciated as a safe and elegant means of transportation, used primarily to celebrate special events such as weddings, anniversaries, proms and others. However, corporations and business people also prefer limousine transportation to ensure a classy experience for themselves or their business partners.

VIP Limousines of Nevada is a full-service luxury transportation company offering a large fleet of special vehicles for various purposes. To respond to the constant increase in demand, the company has launched an updated range of corporate and airport transfer services.

The Las Vegas limousine rental company works with professional chauffeurs to offer corporations and business clients exclusive transportation services. The company has extensive experience helping various corporate parties with their transportation needs, providing exclusive services for managers, executives, corporate staff, business partners etc.

Due to its high-capacity vehicles, the company can accommodate up to fourteen passengers in its limousines, making it an ideal solution for clients looking to hire limousines for special business meetings. All VIP Limousines of Nevada vehicles are kept in top condition to help corporate and business clients create an impeccable impression.

The company’s chauffeurs are specially trained in etiquette and corporate transportation skills, in an effort to meet and exceed all standards of professionalism.

For clients traveling to Las Vegas, the company provides complete airport transfer services. VIP Limousines of Nevada offers 24/7 airport pick-up services from McCarran International, Signature, Atlantic, Henderson, and North Las Vegas Airports. Free champagne is available for all airport limousine reservations.

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Neil Farrell
Organization: VIP Limousines of Nevada
Address: 3600 South Highland Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89103, United States
Phone: +1-702-649-5466

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 228496

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