Neal Arnold - Owner and founder of Allpoints Corporate Express in 1997 with one Lincoln Town Car providing on time airport transfers. Today operations include all phases of Dallas and Fort Worth limousine service for individuals and corporate events.
Allpoints Corporate Express provided our Black on Black formal Stretch Limousine for two transfers to and from the Spa Castle in Carrollton, Tx. The ladies were picked up at one of their homes in Haslet, Tx. which is North of Fort Worth. As they enjoyed music and Pink Champagne our Chauffeur, Neal Arnold, whisked them away to Carrollton to the Spa Castle. Our Driver arrived for the affair in a uniform complete with a chauffeur's hat. We are formal but never stuffy.
A quote was obtained through our Online Booking System on our website at www.FtWorthLimoService.com. These clients were going to go to the Spa Castle at 1 PM but were not going to leave until 8 PM to return home. They had made dinner reservations after their return home. Allpoints agreed to do the trip as two transfers instead of the traditional hourly rate for the entire eight hours. We were able to do this because of slower business during July and August. This is a savings of $276.00.....
For the last 30 years Neal Arnold, owner and operator of Allpoints Corporate Express, has worked on vehicles in his shop and most of the tools in his tool box were purchased from Sears and were Craftsman brand. My love of these tools started with their lifetime warranty. Not that I really ever used it because of their unmatched quality....
It’s Prom season and students are exploring the options for that exciting evening dance. A big part of the evening is the Prom Limo or Limo Bus to the big event. Allpoints Limousines has been providing prom limos since 1997. We would like to offer some insights into the best and easiest practices for a fun and safe prom evening.
Special requests on Wedding Bookings are not unusal for Allpoints Limousines since we really strive to provide personalized service. However, this couple cam up with a new one. The bride had once worked at the What-A-Burger #460 at 401 E Northwest Hwy in Grapevine. She wanted....
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