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Our Wedding Day Transportation Tips…

Mistake #1…. Not working with a reasonable timeline

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Nothing beats having a perfect timeline for your wedding activities. It is like having a central structure in which many other things can be built or fitted into. You cannot know with certainty where you would be at any particular time, but you can have a general idea. Most brides make the mistake of not figuring out how much time they have and how much cushioning they can provide in case there are emergencies. When you have a proper timeline as well as knowing the actual month of your wedding, it becomes easier transacting with transportation companies and having transportation sorted out for your wedding. This is because a proper timeline helps form a clearer picture of what you want in your mind.
The search for a good transportation company based on the good timeline you have come up with should come months before the wedding period. Booking on time will ensure these transport companies are available and not all booked during your wedding period. And that you would not have to make last minute running around which can be detrimental to already established plans. Booking on time also ensures security peradventure your wedding falls in a month with lots of activities where the services of transportation company limousines would be needed most.
Remember, these companies are not your private company that you can wake up on your wedding day and order for as many limousines as you want. So, set a reasonable timeline to work with and make that booking with a transportation company very early.

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Joshua’s limousine always great 5 star service…

Joshua’s limousine always great 5 star service from the first phone call to the great variety of cars service value always professional from me by myself or a group to 56 people in the party couches to the football games they just recently took me to a notre dame game at met life stadium and front door service in and out of the stadium made the trip that much better not having to park or find a place very good drivers that know were to go and have great personalitys i use them for my birthdays airport runs nights on the town to going as far as florida from ct to Disney world no body better then Joshua’s limousine.
David W.

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The New England Livery Association (NELA) Announces New Board Member

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 Gales Ferry, CT:  The New England Livery Association (NELA) announced Gary McKeon, Director of Operations of Joshua’s Limousine Service, as a new board member representing Connecticut. As a board member, Mr McKeon will be leading all communications and unifying livery services throughout the State of Connecticut.

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Mr. McKeon will join the board as one of sixteen members that are voted in by secret ballot at the NELA annual meeting.  The New England Livery Association “is a non-profit corporation dedicated to promoting quality service and management in the ground transportation industry”. Mr. McKeon has been an advocate for advancing the professionalism of limousine and livery service through excellence, customer service and management throughout the company’s inception in 1995.

Mr. McKeon is from Norwich Connecticut and is an alumnus of Norwich Free Academy. Prior to founding Joshua’s Limousine Service with President Belinda McKeon, he served on the Ledyard Connecticut’s police force for ten years and for seven years served as a Mashantucket Pequot Fire Chief.

Son of Marine Sergeant Roland McKeon, a Purple Heart recipient, Gary McKeon annually supports military charities and organizations such as Wounded Warriors, Reason to Ride, and Toys for Tots.  Mr. McKeon and the team at Joshua’s Limousine also support other charities such as Babies Heart Run, Stuff the Bus with Foxwoods and Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.

Currently, Mr. McKeon oversees 2 livery services with its headquarters in Gales Ferry, CT. The company grew from one office to two and from six vehicles to now 39+ and 58+ employees.