Any Occasion Limousine Transportation

by Terry Watson | November 4th, 2010
Any Occassion Limo Transportation

Any Occassion Limo Transportation

With over 75 years of safe driving experience, the team of Any Occasion Limousine Transportation is committed to providing their clients with the best possible service. Lead by owner Robert Patton, whatever the jobs calls for, a vehicle of their fleet is always ready to go.

Patton describes himself as a hardworking family man who is equally devoted to serving God. He also possesses a entrepreneurial spirit that has generated a transportation business with a credible reputation for quality and dependability. A native of Charlotte, Patton was invited in to the limousine transportation business by a friend who was looking to grow their own business. Patton bought a few cars to help his friend and eventually started Any Occasion Limousine Transportation.

Launched in 2007, Any Occasion Limousine Transportation operates under a few basic principles. First, to provide courteous and reliable service combined with class and style to all of its customers. In addition to all of its chauffeurs being certified and bonded, they guarantee professional and prompt service, competitive prices, and a drug and smoke-free environment.

Patton states that his company must always reflect his personal attitude for hard work and completion. “We will escort you for any occasion including weddings, proms, sporting events, parties, meetings and funerals,” says Patton. With service available 24 hours a day, and 365 days per year, Patton says service contracts are required for each and every client.

The fleet of Any Occasion includes a stretched Hummer, a Lincoln stretch SUV, and a wedding Rolls Royce. Patton says that his company also works in concert with other limousine transportation companies to assist in meeting his clients needs. By doing so, the available fleet expands to include a Escalade Stretch, a Party Bus, a Luxury Corporate Limousine bus and more.

Patton says he really likes meeting people and providing them with comfortable and affordable transportation. As he has faced competition from larger and well established companies, he remains inspired to become the best limousine company in the Carolinas. He says this is only possible if he continues to grow the business to be the best around.
Moving forward, Patton would like to purchase more cars and make his company a household name in the limousine transportation industry. “I have learned that many companies are here today and gone tomorrow. I want to hold on to mine as long as possible,” says Patton.

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