M&V Limousine continues making its mark in the highly competitive New York region as we move into 2017 year.
article courtesy of the Limousine & Tour magazine
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In business for 24 years in the rough and tumble highly competitive New York region, Long Island-based M&V Limousines acquired two companies at the same time in November 2016 to strengthen its core retail business and launch a new shuttle/commuter bus service.
M&V President and CEO Mark Vigliante takes a “think outside of the box” approach to not only adapting to economic and competitive challenges over the years, but is always looking for new opportunities.
Vigliante acquired Classic Coach, which was in bankruptcy, and also Hampton Luxury Liner that Classic purchased in 2011 but had mothballed. Hampton ran as a bus line service New York City and and the Hamptons in Long Island, mostly during hte summer months carrying residents and tourists back and forth to the tony beach resort towns.
Meanwhile, Vigliante snapped up Lancelot Limos to bolster his budding special occasion and tour business. The deal added an array of classic vehicles to his fleet, including antique cars, two party buses, a Bentley, and two stretch limos.
Vigliante said he plans to re-launch the Hampton commuter line in the spring offering a mix of luxury and affordability between New York and the Hamptons for summer commuters. In the off-season, he plans to repurpose the line for Long Island commuters who would rather take a luxury bus instead of drive to the notoriously congested Long Island Expressway. Also important when looking to acquire or merge with another compan is making sure you do your homework on the company’s intellectual property.
- Wooden tables in rear
- Air conditioning
- Conelley leather interior
- Crystal glasses for a toast
- Comes with red carpet royalty package
- High end sound system
- VIP area
- Ipod hookup
- Fiber optic lighting
- Roof AC units