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  1. Impress a Client by Sending a Luxury Car for an Airport Pickup

    July 8, 2013 by Omi

    The greater San Francisco Bay area is home to a lot of incredible companies. Not to mention that pretty famous area just on the outskirts called Silicon Valley. Silicon Valley is home to some of the most innovated tech companies in the world. Companies that are household names like Apple, Google and Facebook all call the area home. But, there are a variety of other fantastic businesses that are also located in the Bay Area as well.

    So, it is not hard to imagine that they get a ton of visitors who fly in and out of the Bay Area to conduct business like making deals or signing on for sponsorship. And you can bet that Mark Zuckerberg is not heading off to the airport to pick up the latest big wig, instead Facebook send a luxury car for pick up. This helps to do two things, first it gives a client the impression that they are special and it also takes the weight off of them for navigating once they arrive.


  2. The Biggest (and Most Expensive) Frustration for Travelers? Weather Delays

    June 24, 2013 by Omi

    At some point in your life, we are going to assume that you have had to make a trip to the airport. And we all know that this is rarely something that is quick and easy. No one likes to travel to the airport because there are just so many hassles involved with it. The traffic, the parking, the delays are just a few of the most common.

    But, one of the worst unforeseen issues that come with airport travel has to be weather delays. With weather issues happening across the US during the year like tornadoes, wildfires, blizzards and driving rain storms, the first thing that gets affected is flying. Take a moment virtually any day of the year and note that there will be at least a handful of major airports all over the country that are experiencing delays because of weather issues.

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    And, what’s worse, is there is usually very little flexibility on the part of the airline to solve the problem and get you home on time. Rarely, if a flight is delayed for hours or into the night, will the airline let you take a new flight without charging an exorbitant change fee. And, if you are at an airport that has a ground delay due to a weather issue, that means you are out of luck, because no flights are taking off.