All around the world, people are beset with strife, tragedy and hopelessness. I think about the tenuous situation in our very own country. We are witnessing an historical presidential election punctuated by incident after incident of wanton violence.
Fixated on their cellphones and mobile devices, people walk the streets dazed – yearning for a distraction from their dismal realities or from boredom itself. Yet when asked, people all around the world crave the same things in life: to feel safe and to feel like they matter – that someone is paying attention.
It really does boil down to just that.
For every decision we make, subconsciously we weigh in our personal safety and that of others. We make deliberate choices to engage with people that matter to us – people with whom we like, trust, and have built a relationship.
How does this relate to car service, you ask? Despite the obvious of – don’t ride in a car with a driver you don’t know, like or trust – which I tell my teen daughter incessantly, there is something more. In this era of virtual shopping, instant friendships, and automated everything, more than ever, we need to feel connected to others. Whether it’s the friendly cashier at your local grocery store or your favorite hair stylist, we develop loyalty to those that consistently take care of us – to those with whom we work well together and trust.
So yes, we provide car service. Yet, more than the delivery of our services, what we truly care about are the relationships we get to build. From the moment you make your reservation, we begin preparing to make whatever necessary accommodations to help you feel as safe and comfortable as possible. Not only do we want to exceed your expectations, we want you to know you can rely on us. We have your best interest at heart, and time after time you’ll notice, we’ve got your back.