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Hello Chauffeurs,

We are ProDriver and we are looking to contract with 100 Licensed Limousine Operators in Las Vegas this week.

ON THE SPOT INTERVIEWS ARE BEING HELD ON March 13th - March 21st


We will be in Las Vegas for one week only. We will be recruiting Independent Limousine Operators, for lucrative contract jobs, with major Limousine companies and luxury TNC apps.

We are only looking for the best of the best. You must have the following criteria, in order to be scheduled for an interview with one of our Las Vegas recruiters.


YOU MUST HAVE THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA TO QUALIFY :


  • Be a professional licensed Chauffeur/Independent Limousine Operator
  • Have Commercial insurance
  • Airport credentials
  • A clean driving record (no more than 3 points)

VEHICHLE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Own a Stretch Limousine 2013 year model or newer.
  • Own a Mercedes Benz Sprinter 2013 year model or newer.
  • Own a Black SUV 2015 or newer year model.
  • Own a Black luxury Sedan 2013 or newer year model.

Fill out this form here and if you qualify, we will schedule an interview with you in Las Vegas March 13th - March 21st.

VISIT US @ www.ProDriver.me and fill out our online application.

 

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You have no idea how the limo industry works in Las Vegas...
Hello Vegas E, Are you a Limousine Operator ? Your profile say that you are a Uber XL driver ?

Here is how Limousine business works in Las Vegas and the rest of the country in three easy steps.

Step one.
You own a licensed Limousine business, could be a small operation of 1-5+ vehicles or more.

Step two.
You network with other Limousine companies (Affiliates) and they send you their customers, to take care of in your city and they pay you out the the affiliate rate for that trip. You can also contract with luxury limousine apps such as Limos.com, Blacklane and Groundlink to name a few Limousine aggregators that will also send you affiliate work.

Step three. You go out and get your own customers as a one man marketing and sales army, at the same time trying to dispatch, answer customer calls, do sales, marketing and drive your customers around.

OR, you sign up with a recruitment company like ProDriver. We already have established partnerships nationwide with Limousine companies and luxury apps. We will do all the groundwork for you and connect you with the right vendors.

Please stop by the LTC show here in Vegas, to learn how the Limousine industry works. March 13-15, 2017 || Venetian & Palazzo Resort Hotel Casinos, Las Vegas. It's great way to meet people n the industry and lean how it works. how you can network and get affiliate work with Limousine companies and Limo aggregators.

I have also included an article for you about how affiliates and limousine business works here.

Best regards,

ProDriver team
 

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Hello Vegas E, Are you a Limousine Operator ? Your profile say that you are a Uber XL driver ?

Here is how Limousine business works in Las Vegas and the rest of the country in three easy steps.

Step one.
You own a licensed Limousine business, could be a small operation of 1-5+ vehicles or more.

Step two.
You network with other Limousine companies (Affiliates) and they send you their customers, to take care of in your city and they pay you out the the affiliate rate for that trip. You can also contract with luxury limousine apps such as Limos.com, Blacklane and Groundlink to name a few Limousine aggregators that will also send you affiliate work.

Step three. You go out and get your own customers as a one man marketing and sales army, at the same time trying to dispatch, answer customer calls, do sales, marketing and drive your customers around.

OR, you sign up with a recruitment company like ProDriver. We already have established partnerships nationwide with Limousine companies and luxury apps. We will do all the groundwork for you and connect you with the right vendors.

Please stop by the LTC show here in Vegas, to learn how the Limousine industry works. March 13-15, 2017 || Venetian & Palazzo Resort Hotel Casinos, Las Vegas. It's great way to meet people n the industry and lean how it works. how you can network and get affiliate work with Limousine companies and Limo aggregators.

I have also included an article for you about how affiliates and limousine business works here.

Best regards,

ProDriver team
What do you pay affiliates for an SUV from the airport to the strip?
 

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What do you pay affiliates for an SUV from the airport to the strip?
Hello, once you submit all your information online, and we meet you for a vehicle inspection, you will get a zone payout sheet for Nevada and California. Payout rates also depend on your vehicle type. Suburban LT or LTS, Yukon XL and Lincoln Navigator have one rate and Escalade ESV has a higher payout rate. I can tell you this, all the Independents we met at the LTC show yesterday said our payouts are really good compared to Blacklane, Groundlink and limos.com .

Our customers are wealthy individuals, FBO travelers from private airports like Atlantic Aviation and LAS Signature Flight Support LAS. They want quality Chauffeured Limousine service, just like some people only want to stay at the Mandarin Hotel, ARIA Sky suites and Four Seasons etc. They would never stay at a W Hotel or Palms etc and are willing to spend $700 a night on a Hotel and it's the same for Limousine service.

So I say that, to say this. Our customers pay top rates to get the best, and we pay out top rates because we need the best of the best and you can't get that if you pay out peanuts.

Best regards,

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Hello, once you submit all your information online, and we meet you for a vehicle inspection, you will get a zone payout sheet for Nevada and California. Payout rates also depend on your vehicle type. Suburban LT or LTS, Yukon XL and Lincoln Navigator have one rate and Escalade ESV has a higher payout rate. I can tell you this, all the Independents we met at the LTC show yesterday said our payouts are really good compared to Blacklane, Groundlink and limos.com .

Our customers are wealthy individuals, FBO travelers from private airports like Atlantic Aviation and LAS Signature Flight Support LAS. They want quality Chauffeured Limousine service, just like some people only want to stay at the Mandarin Hotel, ARIA Sky suites and Four Seasons etc. They would never stay at a W Hotel or Palms etc and are willing to spend $700 a night on a Hotel and it's the same for Limousine service.

So I say that, to say this. Our customers pay top rates to get the best, and we pay out top rates because we need the best of the best and you can't get that if you pay out peanuts.

Best regards,

ProDriver team
You're a good salesman! You make me want to go out and buy a new Maybach Pullman!
 

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Hello, once you submit all your information online, and we meet you for a vehicle inspection, you will get a zone payout sheet for Nevada and California. Payout rates also depend on your vehicle type. Suburban LT or LTS, Yukon XL and Lincoln Navigator have one rate and Escalade ESV has a higher payout rate. I can tell you this, all the Independents we met at the LTC show yesterday said our payouts are really good compared to Blacklane, Groundlink and limos.com .

Our customers are wealthy individuals, FBO travelers from private airports like Atlantic Aviation and LAS Signature Flight Support LAS. They want quality Chauffeured Limousine service, just like some people only want to stay at the Mandarin Hotel, ARIA Sky suites and Four Seasons etc. They would never stay at a W Hotel or Palms etc and are willing to spend $700 a night on a Hotel and it's the same for Limousine service.

So I say that, to say this. Our customers pay top rates to get the best, and we pay out top rates because we need the best of the best and you can't get that if you pay out peanuts.

Best regards,

ProDriver team
When I was driving limo my boss would call me in on my day off to do town car and limo rides from the airport to the strip that were booked through agencies like yours (because all the commission drivers refused to take them). The payout was 29$ for the town car and 39$ for the SUV. I would have to park the vehicle in the limo staging lot (airport fee) wait for the passengers to arrive, get their bags and escort them to the vehicle ( average about 1 hour), my employer would pay me 15$ an hour, plus the airport fee, gas, wear and tear. In the end I think we figured out it was not cost effective.
Small operators (couple of cars) in Las Vegas like the ones your are seeking, usually have built their business on an exclusive clientele that pay top dollar for their services.
Most of the drivers that would work with you in Las Vegas, operate under an illegal vehicle lease agreement with their employers. Their employers are not going to work with you because they only take the top paying rides and sell those rides to the drivers who lease the vehicles. The drivers that lease the vehicles would work with you but do not own the vehicle. They do not own the company or have a legal lease agreement, thus they can not work with you.
 

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Nah, for the pimp dough I'll be rolling in, I'll opt for a new one!

PS having fun with ya prodriver, don't take it personally. If I were a limo owner/operator, I'd definitely give you a hearing.
No, you wouldn't...
 

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I would. In fact, ProDriver, if your clientelle ever have need for a Subaru Forester Limited with phone chargers and an Aux Cord, give me a holler!
You are starting to sound like a hustler, there may be hope...
 

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Hello Chauffeurs,

We are ProDriver and we are looking to contract with 100 Licensed Limousine Operators in Las Vegas this week.

ON THE SPOT INTERVIEWS ARE BEING HELD ON March 13th - March 21st


We will be in Las Vegas for one week only. We will be recruiting Independent Limousine Operators, for lucrative contract jobs, with major Limousine companies and luxury TNC apps.

We are only looking for the best of the best. You must have the following criteria, in order to be scheduled for an interview with one of our Las Vegas recruiters.


YOU MUST HAVE THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA TO QUALIFY :


  • Be a professional licensed Chauffeur/Independent Limousine Operator
  • Have Commercial insurance
  • Airport credentials
  • A clean driving record (no more than 3 points)

VEHICHLE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Own a Stretch Limousine 2013 year model or newer.
  • Own a Mercedes Benz Sprinter 2013 year model or newer.
  • Own a Black SUV 2015 or newer year model.
  • Own a Black luxury Sedan 2013 or newer year model.

Fill out this form here and if you qualify, we will schedule an interview with you in Las Vegas March 13th - March 21st.

VISIT US @ www.ProDriver.me and fill out our online application.
I heard AWG was about to go bankrupt, maybe they will be desperate enough to take the cheap rides.
 

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Be a professional licensed Chauffeur
From the PRODriver website, bottom of the interest inquiry webform:
"Are You Currently a Licensed Limousine Operator for Hire?" answer yes/no, "no" response boots you out.
Does anyone know what actually constitutes the above license requirement in Nevada (i.e. specific license wording or endorsement)?

From the Nevada DMV website, reiterated in multiple places:
"Nevada does not issue any type of Chauffeurs License"

This posting expresses some interest in persons who "Own a Black luxury Sedan 2013 or newer year model."
How does the above license requirement (if it exists) apply to persons driving 2013+ black luxury sedans with a maximum passenger occupancy of 4? It's certainly the OP's prerogative for whatever requirements they are looking for, just curious how it overlaps in Las Vegas. I'm probably just missing something...
 

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From the PRODriver website, bottom of the interest inquiry webform:
"Are You Currently a Licensed Limousine Operator for Hire?" answer yes/no, "no" response boots you out.
Does anyone know what actually constitutes the above license requirement in Nevada (i.e. specific license wording or endorsement)?

From the Nevada DMV website, reiterated in multiple places:
"Nevada does not issue any type of Chauffeurs License"

This posting expresses some interest in persons who "Own a Black luxury Sedan 2013 or newer year model."
How does the above license requirement (if it exists) apply to persons driving 2013+ black luxury sedans with a maximum passenger occupancy of 4? It's certainly the OP's prerogative for whatever requirements they are looking for, just curious how it overlaps in Las Vegas. I'm probably just missing something...
Hi Tool. It's called having a CPCN#.
 

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When I was driving limo my boss would call me in on my day off to do town car and limo rides from the airport to the strip that were booked through agencies like yours (because all the commission drivers refused to take them). The payout was 29$ for the town car and 39$ for the SUV. I would have to park the vehicle in the limo staging lot (airport fee) wait for the passengers to arrive, get their bags and escort them to the vehicle ( average about 1 hour), my employer would pay me 15$ an hour, plus the airport fee, gas, wear and tear. In the end I think we figured out it was not cost effective.
Small operators (couple of cars) in Las Vegas like the ones your are seeking, usually have built their business on an exclusive clientele that pay top dollar for their services.
Most of the drivers that would work with you in Las Vegas, operate under an illegal vehicle lease agreement with their employers. Their employers are not going to work with you because they only take the top paying rides and sell those rides to the drivers who lease the vehicles. The drivers that lease the vehicles would work with you but do not own the vehicle. They do not own the company or have a legal lease agreement, thus they can not work with you.
Was your boss named Charlie Horky?

I heard AWG was about to go bankrupt, maybe they will be desperate enough to take the cheap rides.
Your talking about a sister company / spinoff of AWG. They still have tons of charter work at the charter rate. A write off basically for the corporations that hire them. Walk on business is off for sure, but they still get the group and corporate work at a very big rate. Alan Waxler is doing just fine, maybe not the millions he is use too, but he's still making millions. He is not hurting by any means....
 
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