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    Default Hello New to the business I am a 23 years trying to make something happen...

    Hey guys hope all is well. I am brand new to this business been learning alot as i go on. I bought the a bus with 2 friends of mines. We have a office aswell tied into our limo business can anyone give me advice on how to go about generating new business?

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    Knock on a lot of doors

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pyro View Post
    Knock on a lot of doors
    That, and make sure that you are operating 100% legally. This industry has a LOT of different laws depending on vehicle type, passenger capacity, region, and etc.. so you must check up on all of this. The last thing you want is to have your bus impounded or you being issued an out of service order.
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    What type of bus, Shuttle or Limo.

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    Networking is a good place to start. At first we jointed some groups in our area and made some great contacts. Wedding groups and local networking groups are a good place to start. This is a good way to get your name out to other businesses and they can put a face with the name. This will take some time and effort on your part but in the long run will be worth it.

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    I get most of my business online. You need a good website. I own miamipartybus.com and might consider selling it for the right price if you're interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brandon1 View Post
    I get most of my business online. You need a good website. I own miamipartybus.com and might consider selling it for the right price if you're interested.
    You definetly have to have a good website.

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