April 14th, 2011
Articles like this one from Newsweek explain how important magazines are to the fabric of our daily lives. Eli Darland, founder of Rare Form Limousine, has always had a fondness for magazines, taking as many as 20 subscriptions a year.
Rare Form Limousine’s executive vehicles each have six current magazines available for you to enjoy.
Three local lifestyle magazines, 425 Magazine, Seattle Magazine, and Seattle Metropolitan, keep you abreast of what’s happening around Seattle and the Eastside.
Two luxury lifestyle magainzes, Architectural Digest and Robb Report, showcase the newest trends in the finer things.
Finally, Washington Tasting Room delves into the Washington wine culture, inspiring our executive clients to experience the playful side of Rare Form Limousine by joining us for wine tasting, Woodinville style.
April 7th, 2011
After a one year hiatus, the Association of Bridal Consultants Northwest Regional Conference returned, and the event was a success for those who made the trip.
The conference was held at the beautiful Embassy Suites Portland Airport, and centered around the Expanding Horizons: Networking and Etiquette Revival class created and delivered by Master Bridal Consultant Sandra Monahan, owner of Weddings Without Worries, who traveled all the way from Wexford, PA.
The Networking and Etiquette Revival class was very comprehensive, and although my etiquette is pretty polished, I learned a handful of additional etiquette to put to good use. Now I know what to do with that bread basket sitting in front of me at the Bellevue Chamber of Commerce Business Lunches!
I want to give special recognition to Carna Lapping, owner and event planner at Very Important Events, who put the advice given in the Expanding Horizons material to good use, and sent me a warm, handwritten note following our return back to Seattle.
I had a great time in Portland, and am already looking forward to the next ABC Northwest Regional Conference to be held in Washington for 2012!
March 31st, 2011
Safety is the number one priority of Rare Form Limousine. We are members of the National Safety Council, and our chauffeurs attend monthly in-house safety meetings.
This story illustrates how important safety training is to a limousine service. Make sure you know who’s driving you!
March 24th, 2011
The long awaited website for the Puget Sound Limousine Association is up and running. Research the member list, browse current Washington state limousine laws, find out about the next meeting, or join the association!
Eli Darland, President of Rare Form Limousine, sits on the board of directors of the PSLA, which works directly with the Washington State Legislature, Washington State Department of Licensing, Port of Seattle, City of Seattle, and other authorities to promote the local chauffeured transportation industry.
March 17th, 2011
The Seattle PI has posted a limo bill update. Follow the link to find out how the Puget Sound Limousine Association is working to protect law abiding chauffeured transportation services in the state of Washington.
The PSLA website has more details about how the association helps shape local industry regulations.
March 3rd, 2011
We just returned from the International Limousine, Charter & Tour Show 2011, held in Las Vegas, Nevada. The big news is the MKT Town Car, Lincoln’s specialty built crossover utility vehicle slated to replace the outgoing Town Car in model year 2013.
The MKT Town Car will be offered in two body styles – the standard livery version with available all-wheel drive, and a stretchable heavy-duty limo with standard all-wheel drive. Will the public accept this unexpected replacement, or will a new make emerge as the leader in chauffeured transportation?
July 8th, 2010
There are plenty of ways to run a cheap limousine service. Adding satellite radio to each vehicle is not one of them.
At Rare Form Limousine, we always strive to add value to your chauffeured transportation experience. That includes adding a satellite radio subscription to every one of our vehicles.
Our stretch limousines have XM satellite radio connected to a high-end Alpine head unit. Our executive vehicles have Sirius satellite radio connected to a high-end Kenwood head unit.
It’s the little things that set Rare Form Limousine apart from the field. Stay tuned for more ways that we add value to your limousine experience.
June 24th, 2010
Did you know that Rare Form Limousine has Weekday Specials on our stretch limousines? Reserve our Stretch Town Car or Super Stretch Excursion for 3 hours or more Sunday–Thursday and receive a special discounted rate.
Our 8-passenger Stretch Town Car Weekday Special is $75.00/hr and our 13-passenger Super Stretch Excursion Weekday Special is $125.00/hr. You can even combine our Weekday Special with our 7th Hour Free Special for extra savings!
June 17th, 2010
The three day comprehensive Rare Form Limousine Chauffeur School is being offered again July 6–8, 2010.
Looking for a local chauffeur training class in the Seattle area that satisfies the Washington State Department of Licensing Limousine Chauffeur Training Curriculum Fundamentals? Look no further! Sign up today by calling 877.789.RARE (7273).
We also offer a Basic Credential class to members of the Puget Sound Limousine Association, designed to teach the student the basic skills and information needed to pass the Port of Seattle Chauffeur Credential test administered by Alliance 2020. Call 877.789.RARE (7273) for details.
June 10th, 2010
Every June, Rare Form Limousine chauffeurs don National Safety Month lapel pins to highlight our commitment to year-round safety.
Rare Form Limousine is a proud member of the National Safety Council. Our chauffeurs attend monthly in-house safety meetings where they are briefed on the latest safety issues such as distracted driving, seasonal issues such as road construction and inclement weather, and traditional issues like performing vehicle inspections and obeying traffic laws.
Rest assured that Rare Form Limousine does everything we can to make safety our number one priority. We know it means everything to you.