Mimi’s Bridal Showroom Partner: Premiere #1 Limousine!
BY MIMI’S BRIDAL SHOWROOM ON OCTOBER 23, 2013
We work in collaboration with fantastic vendors, and this one is no exception. Allow Mimi’s Bridal Showroom to introduce you to Jonathan Snavely of Premiere #1 Limousine Service.
So how do you work with Mimi’s Bridal Showroom?
We refer business back and forth. We know each other from bridal shows and networking groups. If she has a bride come in looking for transportation she recommends us and if we have a bride come in looking for additional services that Mimi provides we recommend her.
What sets you apart from your competitors?
The biggest concern seems to be whether or not people are actually going to show up. We answer our phones 24/7. We issue an email alert two hours prior to our chauffeurs showing up in which we provide the driver’s name and cell phone number. Our chauffeurs are our employees, so it’s not some independent contractor showing up just to drive. That driver has been screened and hired by us.
You’ve recently introduced wine tours to your repertoire, please tell us more!
Yes! We’ve added the wine tour option! For our wine tours, we offer five hours of limousine service for up to eight guests. Included in the package is the tasting fee for four wineries – including the VIP Experience at the Vineyard at Hershey and so much more. 90% of our wine tours are female, and probably half of them are bachelorette parties. For the gentlemen, we’ve also recently added the craft beer tour that includes tasting fees for three brewpubs!
Is there anything else you’d like people to know?
We’re not just limousines. We have a trolley, very high end coach buses with wood floors and leather interior, vans, and more. There is a wide selection of vehicles to choose from. We can also assist with shuttling out of town guests. From airport pick-ups, to rehearsal dinner transportation, and transportation on the day of the wedding, we can handle it all. I think shuttling of out of town guests is very important and people don’t always think about it, but when you’ve got a great deal of people coming in from out of town and they don’t know the area, you don’t want grandma getting lost and missing the ceremony.