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Vitesse Worldwide Featured at Chauffeur Driven
From the very beginning, Abaspor focused on providing high-end transportation services almost exclusively to C-level executives as well as some entertainment professionals and diplomats. U.S. Limousine was corporate from day one, leaving it to its competitors to handle the “traditional” limousine work of the ’80s, such as proms and nights on the town.
Business Travelers want a little respect
Vitesse Worldwide interviewed by MarketWatch
MarketWatch featured an interview with Vitesse Worldwide’s CEO, Shawn Abaspor and SVP, Roy Barns.
To listen to “Business Travelers want a little respect”, click here.
Vitesse Worldwide was also featured in the LA Times, Meeting Professionals International, Seattle Times, The Globe And Mail, Fairfield Business Journal, Global Traveler, Finanz Nachrichten, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Fort Worth Star Telegram and more!
Stamford’s U.S. Limousine expands
Stamford-based U.S. Limousine Worldwide and its sister company Royal Falcon Aircraft Charter have opened a West Coast office and rebranded the company as Vitesse Worldwide.
U.S. Limousine Worldwide Rebrands and opens Phoenix, Arizona Office
U.S. Limousine Worldwide and Royal Falcon Aircraft Charter have been serving the travel needs of CEOs and corporate executives of Fortune 1000 companies and the entertainment industry in the USA and around the world successfully for over 25 years.
Travel numbers taking off
Holiday travel has suffered in the recent past, but growing individual confidence and a need to conduct business have airfares being bought and roads crowded through December.
Introducing Our New Mobile Mi-Fi Hotspot from Sprint
At Vitesse Worldwide our clients' requirements are always our top priority. With this principle in mind, we are pleased to announce that clients can now request a complimentary Sprint mobile Mi-Fi in their vehicle*.
Shawn Abaspor: By land and by air Fairfield County Business Journal
Aug. 31, 2009
Shawn Abaspor, president of U. S. Limousine Worldwide, has his roots firmly planted in Stamford, in his business and in his family, but that doesn’t stop him from getting flighty about 100 hours per year.