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Summit Daily/Reid Williams Jeremiah Berry, co-owner of Lift Ticket Limo

Q. What type of business do you operate – what do you sell or what services do you provide? A. Lift Ticket Limo offers 24-hour (24 hours notice required) call-on-demand airport transportation to and from any location in Summit County and Denver International Airport.Q. Where are you from, and why did you decide to open your business in Summit County?A. Our family has resided in the mountains of Colorado for more than 100 years within the areas of North Park and Middle Park, from Walden to Hot Sulfur Springs, from Denver to Winter Park. Growing up in a resort area like Winter Park gave us a great outlook and understanding of the tourist industry. Jeremiah’s grandparents own an earth-moving company, which was started in the old town of Dillon. We feel there is a need for more transportation to Summit County, since there is only one other major carrier.

Q. What experience to you have in this field?A. We have a combined 50-plus years in customer service. For years, we have been the consumer and we know what a customer will need for our service.Q. What sets your business apart from other similar businesses?

A. The major difference is the type of service. Lift Ticket Limo is a call-and-demand service, which offers flexibility on pickup times. We offer service 24 hours a day, seven days a week with a 24-hour advance reservation. We also offer service for early and late pickups. Lift Ticket Limo is the leader in comfort by offering a free movie while en route to your destination.Q. What types of customers do you hope to reach in Summit County?A. Our goal is to make sure that all of the residents as well as the visitors to Summit County are aware of the new option available to them for airport transportation.

Q. Why did you choose to open where you did?A. We are able to operate from a small office in our home at this point.Q. What are your plans for your company’s future?A. Our primary goal for our business is to create a great work environment for our employees and to offer another job market for those who don’t choose to call our Summit County home. We hope to create more permanent positions within the community.

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