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AVON LIMOUSINE WORLDWIDE

110 Plainfield Street, Hartford, CT 06112

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Since 1999

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Avon Limousine is a locally owned ground transportation company servicing the Tri-State Area for more than 15 years. The company provides door-to-door transportation, available throughout Connecticut, all with the convenience of one invoice. Their emphasis is on offering exceptional service, with the highest level of client satisfaction, at an affordable price. Their team transports you in a limo, town car, van, or any vehicle type that they have available on the day you request. With a large fleet of luxury cars, they can accommodate a variety of different group sizes. Avon Limousine Worldwide has a large fleet of late-model luxury cars available to service their customers. All of their vehicles are maintained clean and prepared to ensure a smooth ride for their valuable customers. Avon Limousine also offers 24/7 limo services and bookings.

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Corporate Events, Business Meetings, Conventions, Night On The Town, Airport Transportation, Vacation Travel, Weddings, Romantic Getaways, Concerts, Graduations, Proms, Anniversaries & Sporting Events

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CONNECTICUT CAR SERVICES

1227 Burnside Avenue, Unit 17, Hartford, CT 06108

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Since 2002

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Connecticut Car Services is one of the best and recommended local limo services in CT. They provide you a car that would suit your journey from the airport. All their services are excellent without putting a dent in your pocket for hiring luxury coaches. All their drivers are professionals who are friendly and will help you in every way possible. They are impeccable in their service and will ensure that you reach your destination with lots of spare time. Connecticut Car Services provides time premier black car service in Connecticut and surrounding areas. They provide affordable airport car service to and from JFK, LGA, BDL, and Newark airports. Connecticut Car Services provides you with cost-effective rides than most airport taxis, and you can even enjoy the comfort.

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Airport Car Service, Point to Point Transfer, Corporate, Event Transportation, Nightouts & Weddings

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HARTFORD LIMO SERVICE

864 Wethersfield Avenue, Hartford, CT 06107

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Since 2015

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Hartford Limo Service has been serving in the local community and neighboring cities for many years. The company offers experienced and award-winning limo and car services at very competitive prices. They have a team of highly qualified and licensed Chauffeurs. All their vehicles are detailed and cleaned before an event, and their friendly drivers know the towns of Connecticut like the back of their hands. Hartford Limo Service has a large fleet of vehicles to choose from and All different sizes and colors. The company has won many awards and stellar reviews for many different types of events and occasions. They also serve in and around Farmington, West Hartford, Newington, Wethersfield, Rocky Hill, Cromwell, Belin, Simsbury, Middletown, Southington, Bristol, Plainville, Burlington, Meriden, Middlefield, and surrounding areas.

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Weddings, Birthdays, Proms, Casino Trips, Airports, Cruise Ship Transportation, Graduation, Night Out On The Town, Party Bus Rentals, Quinceanera, Sporting Events, Wine Tours, Anniversaries, Concerts, Bachelor & Bachelorette Parties

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