Month: November 2012

5 Things You Need to Know Before Booking Chauffeured Car Service

5 Things You Need to Know Before Booking Chauffeured Car Service Chauffeured Limo Service 101 Chauffeured car service can be both convenient and elegant.  Whether you’re pulling up to An exclusive Hollywood premiere or using airport car service, it’s often the preferred way to get around town. If you are going to rent a limo for the first …

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How to Deal With Rude Airline Employees

How to Deal With Rude Airline Employees Air Travel Survival There’s been a lot of recent news coverage surrounding bad attitudes at the airport: flight attendants getting confrontational, gate agents having mental meltdowns, ticket agents who won’t move a finger for you. It seems that airline employees are mad as hell and they’re not going to take it anymore. Is anyone really that …

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What’s In my bag: 5 Chauffeur Accessories We Can’t Live Without

What’s In my bag: 5 Chauffeur Accessories We Can’t Live Without Chauffeurs Are Not Built In a Day Finding a driver is easy.  Turning that driver into a professional chauffeur is hard.  Growing a successful car service depends on the chauffeur communicating the vision and tone of the company out in the field.  After twenty …

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An EA’s Guide to Surviving the Office Cubicle

An EA’s Guide to Surviving the Office Cubicle Executive Assistant Office Space Executive assistants often take charge of many tasks at once.  More often than not, the majority of their time is spent in one place-The cubicle.  Repetitive stress coupled with a er, how should I put this, non-ergonomical work space can take it’s toll.  Here’s a …

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8 Executive Travel Tips for Car Service Clients

Choosing a Los Angeles Executive Limousine Service Business Travel Survival t’s the height of holiday and business travel season.  Chances are that you’ll be taking planes trains and using car service during your Journey.  While many business travelers are urged to take a moment to relax; most will just soldier on. Travel related stress can take …

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How To Zip Through Airport Security – FAST!

How To Zip Through Airport Security – FAST! Fly Through Security Checkpoints A handful of seasoned business travelers have figured out methods to deal with the TSA’s security snags.  Most of them are valued Los Angeles Limo passengers of ours and frequent executive travelers For many of us, it is still a cumbersome and often intimidating thing when …

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Don’t Call Her a Secretary: Executive Assistant Confidential

Don’t Call Her a Secretary: Executive Assistant Confidential The Gatekeeper Whether a Los Angeles car service is looking to bid for a large scale corporate account with a company such as Discovery communications or is seeking clients in the local business travel market, there comes a moment where each sales rep will come into contact …

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Airline Codesharing: The Naked Truth

Airline Codesharing: The Naked Truth The Truth About Airline Codesharing One of the prime examples of consumer confusion and pain is airline codesharing. Many of our Los Angeles Limo passengers have shared their recent experiences with us -as much out of frustration as confusion. One passenger recently booked a flight on Continental Airlines, but after the merger, …

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An Insider’s Guide to Traveling with Pets

An Insider’s Guide to Traveling with Pets Pet Travel Traveling with a pet can be challenging, especially considering the overwhelming abundance of new rules.  Kelly E. Carter, president of thejetsetpets.com and AOL’s pet travel expert, and Sheron Long, international traveler extraordinaire and author of “Dog Trots Globe — To Paris and Provence,” share some of their secrets: …

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