Food, drink, and music was provided and well over a hundred guests attended the party. Among the most notable guests were Albany Mayor Kathy Sheehan and Assemblyman John McDonald, the latter of whom presented Premiere Transportation with a Legislative Resolution. David Brown, Premiere’s president, gave a speech that detailed his beginnings at the company as a 24-year-old car washer and detailer, who then took over the company a year later. Brown also thanked his vice president and four of his longest-working drivers for 25 years of service.
Premiere also announced it would be rolling out its own mobile app, similar to Uber, that would allow clients to register an account, book online, see a photo of their driver, and track their vehicle’s location in real time.
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Silver Anniversary for Premiere Transportation
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