Reston Limousine buses help GMU with President Obama visit

Reston Limousine prides itself on our customer service, whether we’re picking up an international rock star in one of our limousines, providing a weekend wine tour in DC’s Wine Country or helping one of our corporate shuttle clients with an event.

Josh Cantor, George Mason University’s director of Parking and Transportation, shared how we were able to assist the university during President Obama’s visit to the campus on Oct. 19:

I wanted to pass on my thanks to Reston Limousine and let you know how much I appreciated the help from Jimmy, Charlie, and Becky during our 2nd visit of the month on campus last Friday with President Obama. The Secret Service had came to me the day before and asked for help in getting buses to line up and shield the view of the lot where we had the President parking. They were able to get 10 buses on Friday morning to meet this request from the Secret Service, which was especially helpful as VDOT never got the trucks they promised up to campus. The three of them and all the drivers do a great job year-round and help us out with many last minute requests(like tomorrow getting Metro shuttle service started early so 200 students can get into DC by 8am for AIDSWalk). I felt though their help with a presidential visit really deserved a note of appreciation so I wanted to make sure you were aware of their efforts.

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