Thursday, March 21, 2019
Tealse and Kim Madore-Smith Owners Teale and Kim Madore-Smith

South Portland, Me. — Maine Limousine Service is pleased to announce that they’ve recently acquired Lilley’s Limousine of Scarborough, Me. The acquisition was a natural progression in the steady growth that Maine Limousine Service has experienced over the past several years. The company’s fleet now includes ten sedans, four SUVs, three vans, eight limousines, a shuttle bus, and an antique Bentley. Moreover, the majority of Lilley’s chauffeurs will be staying on board to provide service for Maine Limousine Service.

The largest black car service in the state, Maine Limousine Service has been in operation since 1987, originally under the name of Flo Hutchins Limousine. Current owners Teale Smith and Kim Madore-Smith purchased the company in 2007, with an eye toward growth. As an interstate provider, the company serves all New England airports, cruise terminals, and train and bus stations. They specialize in high quality corporate and leisure travel, point-to-point transportation and special events.

“We are thrilled to announce this next chapter in the story of Maine Limousine,” said Teale Smith. “We strongly believe that the clients of Lilley’s and Maine Limousine will benefit greatly from this alignment because it allows us to invest even more in the things that impact their travel experience most, including fleet diversity and technology.”

Visit mainelimo.com for more information.

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