Thursday, January 24, 2019

Best VIP Orange County, Calif. — Best Chauffeured Worldwide recently announced the acquisition of its “highly respected competitor,” VIP Limousines & Coaches. Both award-winning companies have earned multiple industry accolades, and independently earned reputations for being customer-driven and employee-oriented. Combined, Best-VIP Chauffeured Worldwide offers nearly five decades of experience.

Best started as a one-vehicle, weekend limousine service. After 20 years, it accumulated a client roster that includes Fortune 500 companies and celebrities. VIP, over its 30 years in the industry, has worked with high-profile clients including Broadcom, the Anaheim Ducks, and Montage Resort.

“This is extremely exciting,” said Robert Vaughan, Best founder and CEO. “VIP has a great team coming over with the company and the owner, Roger Webb, is staying on for two years to ensure a seamless transition before he retires. We’re taking the best of both companies and implementing fresh processes and procedures, and we’re looking forward to combining into one location next year. We’re very energized about it.”

Once integrated, Best-VIP Chauffeured Worldwide will offer a united staff and a fleet of over 140 vehicles, from limousines, sedans, vans, and SUVs, to minicoaches and motorcoaches. Both companies hold a rapport with the leading DMCs and meeting planners in Southern California, and the new Best-VIP brand will maintain the highest level of service and deliver innovative options for travelers booking transportation locally and globally, according to Vaughan.

“What’s made us both very successful is our commitment to service," said Vaughan. “We provide high-end vehicles with professional chauffeurs, and strong backbone support within our office structure. Best and VIP have been able to compete in the market with one another, and now that we’re moving forward as one we’ll continue to provide elevated service and premium transportation on a larger scale.”

Visit best-vip.com for more information.

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