I’ll tell you what, as a born and bred new yorker, when I moved to Indianapolis, Indiana a few years ago I was petrified I was going to die early from swag starvation.
I figured, “how in the hell am I gonna find all the cool shit I’m used to coming from The Big Apple?” In other words, will I be able to get the truly finer things in life if I’m banished to a fate of living out in “flyover country?”
Well I’m happy to report that I’ve found just about everrything I’ve wanted in Indianapolis that I used to take for granted in New York without much problem…
…until I went looking for a nice, upscale limousine to take my son and I to the Indianapolis Colts game. At that point I had an experience that as a home business owner who built his full time income with blood, sweat, tears and in the school of hard knocks…
…blew me the fuck away!
Most Indianapolis Limo Companies Are… Different Than New York Ones
So, of course I went to our dear friend Google and typed in “high end limo service Indianapolis” figuring that would take me to a good starting point to where I wanted to go.
Of course, 3 or 4 limo companies popped up on my screen immediately, so I started calling ‘em. That’s when I was blown away.
Most of them didn’t even answer their damn phones. And the one that did was answered by a lady with the nastiest attitude I’ve experienced this year! I couldn’t believe it.
Here I was ready to give somebody $200 or $300 bucks for a couple of hours and I couldn’t find anybody who would answer their phone or with customer service worth a shit. I was stunned because back in NYC, those companies literally kiss your ass to get your limo booking.
Booking a damn limousine in Indianapolis was like a chore. Finally I did find a sweet deal in a new black stretch joint, but the experience did not make me excited to give my customary 30% to 50% tip.
Anybody out there know of a limo company in Indy that has exceptional customer service? I’ve heard Luxe Limo Service Indianapolis over at www.indianapolislimoluxe.com is the best but haven’t had a chance to try it out yet. If you do, let me know and they’ll have a customer for life.
B. Di-dawg out!