Celebrity Limo Service Blog

Always Safety First! Best Practices for Duty of Care

Posted on: October 19th, 2016

Too few transportation companies adhere to or even establish a comprehensive code of care for their clients and passengers. We believe that having that kind of code is what separates Celebrity Worldwide Chauffeured Transportation from our competition. Duty of Care is the central concept behind our commitment to creating a superior experience for our passengers. […]

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7 Things Successful People Do – Instructions for Success

Posted on: October 11th, 2016

Success in the business world isn’t easy. It requires a lot of grit and stamina, a lot of being told “No.” To overcome these challenges, there are specific things that successful entrepreneurs do to get to where they are today. 1. Embrace Uncertainty Successful executives don’t get where they are by doing the exact same […]

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12 Ways to Put the Travel Back into Business Travel

Posted on: October 4th, 2016

“Oh, you’ve been to so many places,” said the business traveler’s friend. “Yes, but most of the time, it’s just a ride from the airport to the hotel to the office, back to the airport. I hardly feel like I’ve seen those cities,” replied the business traveler. “Oh, but you’ve been to so many places.” […]

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Must-See Exhibitions in Philadelphia for Fall 2016

Posted on: September 27th, 2016

As the trees begin to burst with vibrant colors this fall, so do the museums throughout Philadelphia. At venues citywide, there are tons of blockbuster exhibitions to catch this season. Delve into a little rock ‘n’ roll history with the Bill Graham and the Rock and Roll Revolution exhibition at the National Museum of American […]

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Travel hacks for the executive road warrior

Posted on: September 20th, 2016

The world of business travel is rarely streamlined; between juggling airport commutes, flights, delays, unreliable rental cars and the general confusion of trying to navigate a foreign city, you have a cocktail for frustrations galore. Fortunately, many constant business travelers find ways to make their travel experience bearable. From flight-booking and finding a great hotel […]

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Top Wineries Within Driving Distance of Philly

Posted on: September 13th, 2016

It’s easy to forget that there’s a whole world outside of our little Philly bubble. Pennsylvania and New Jersey may not be what you think of when you say wine country but the surrounding counties to Philadelphia are home to many wineries, and a growing number of them are winning awards. And to experience them, […]

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3 Tips for Corporate Travel in the Fall

Posted on: September 9th, 2016

As the season change, so do the challenges of business travel, air travel and productivity. Summertime presents a bit of a lull in business travel for many professionals, but that lull transforms into a jam-packed schedule once fall arrives, throwing many executives into a tailspin. Preparing for the impending issues of business travel during autumn […]

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The Business Traveler’s Short Guide to Philadelphia

Posted on: August 30th, 2016

Philadelphia has been a hub of business on the East Coast since the time of the Revolutionary War. If your job takes you on the road frequently, chances are you may end up booking a flight to this Pennsylvania city. When traveling to Philly for business, you can experience the historical location without sacrificing any […]

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A Night-By-Night Guide of Things to Do After Dark in Philly This Summer

Posted on: August 23rd, 2016

Summer nights should be taken full advantage of, and luckily, it’s easy to do so in Philly. Every single night of the week there are concerts, happy hours, outdoor movie nights, free outdoor fitness, bar events and so much more. And while you can visit an awesome beer garden or rooftop bar any night of […]

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The best Philly restaurant for every cuisine

Posted on: August 16th, 2016

By now, you know Philadelphia has some amazing and underrated restaurants, but did you know that the city is also incredibly multicultural? There’s no shortage of good food from cuisines around the globe. So whether you’re feeling adventurous or just looking for some good enchiladas ditch your deep web searches for the best Chinese or […]

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