ETS International acquires Hyannis-based Limos to Logan

Company will continue to provide airport transportation between the Cape and Islands and Boston

ETS International, a leading ground transportation company based in Randolph, MA, has expanded its local service by acquiring Limos to Logan, the Hyannis-based limousine service. With over 5,000 recorded trips in 2010, Limos to Logan has fulfilled the transportation needs of travelers on Cape Cod and the Islands, and will continue to do so under the ETS International umbrella.

In making the announcement, John M. Greene, President of ETS International said, "Having recently expanded our presence in New Hampshire and Rhode Island, we also felt the need to better service business travelers on Cape Cod and the Islands. Limos to Logan has carved out a reputation for incredible service over the years, and we knew right away it was the company we wanted to be associated with."

Former Limos to Logan owner John Boyle concurs, "It took us a long time to build up the high level of customer satisfaction we’ve enjoyed. So we wanted to make sure when we sold the business it would be to a company that emulates what we believe in, and we feel ETS International fits that bill perfectly."

By expanding its reach on to Cape Cod, ETS International will now be able to give travelers across the bridge access to the company’s award-winning service and state-of-the-art technology which can monitor closely all their travel needs.

For additional information, call 888 366-3388 or visit www.etsintl.net.

Courtesy of ETS International.

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