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    Default New to the Forum in Austin, TX

    Good morning - I just signed on to the forum after reading for quite awhile. I've been in the industry here in Texas for the past 15 years from freight, motor coaches, limos, party buses, shuttles, and anything else with wheels. I opened up my own operation in July last year and we're seeing steady growth. I currently have available one older stretch, two really nice Town Cars and one GMC Yukon. All permitted; licensed; and insured. Our standards, procedures, and vehicles are all available on the website: ausultimate.com.

    And now - back to work!

    John

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    Welcome John! Thank you for introducing yourself, enjoy the forum!

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    Welcome to the forum.

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    Welome. Nice website - I like the part how you explain your training, etc.
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    Welcome, and I LOVE your website!
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    Welcome from OHIO Great site

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    Thank you!!!! There's been a lot of work and thought into that website. I appreciate the kind words.

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    Thanks Rich - I appreciate it. A large part of my military career was spent training drivers and logistics types. Then I trained motor coach operators and livery drivers for other companies. The last place I worked was bought out by another company whose VP (owner's wife) made the statement "Well, drivers are a dime a dozen - we'll just get more." I didn't stay there long after that because it's just so fundamentally wrong. I'm serious about safety and about customer service. And I'm really picky about who I add on to drive my cars.

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