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Check Out All Savants Transportation in Quincy

Today we’d like to introduce you to All Savants Transportation.

Can you briefly walk us through your story – how you started and how you got to where you are today.
We started with a few friends and an idea that car service can be run by genuinely nice people, two unflattering cars, hard work, networking, trial by fire, and determination.

We painstakingly researched the industry. Our founding partners each took an area of the business and gathered key background intel on what it would take to launch a fruitful and profitable car service with a team first attitude that cared. We applied for and we were granted a federal government contract to transport MassHealth clients for the state of Massachusetts.

We walked on the campus of MIT and quickly we were prominent on the school’s web site. IN fact, MIT WizKidz power out social media, website, and tech support team. We walked in to Marriot Hotels and earned their corporate approval at their national level. The start of this marriott relationship began with the norwood courtyard. and we are most grateful. We are listed on the Northeastern University website and area Marriott Hotels and we are the only company listed on the company website for Dell emc2. In short, we endeavored to transform something as common as taxi-cab and shuttle service into something as special as a car service community!

We’re always bombarded by how great it is to pursue your passion, etc – but we’ve spoken with enough people to know that it’s not always easy. Overall, would you say things have been easy for you?
Is anything magnificent ever born out without tremendous pain and sacrifice? Nothing in life is ever smooth. And the road can be bumpy (pun intended). Our fearless leader was stricken with Cancer, but we rallied around him…moreover, we can offer this: The All-Savants Brand is close nit and is as close to family without being blood related as it gets. We disagree, we challenge, we push, we pull, we compliment, we share, we love, and more. And at the end of the long day, we back each other no matter what. And we have a ton of fun while doing it all. We would not change a thing.

So, as you know, we’re impressed with All-Savants Transportation – tell our readers more, for example what you’re most proud of as a company and what sets you apart from others.
All-Savants Transportation is a car service community. We service most any and all clients that are looking for transit service from medical appointments if they have cancer or need dialysis to corporate events to concerts and football games at Gillette Stadium to weddings to bachelor/bachelorette parties to airport shuttles — from the soccer moms to professional sports players and entertainers. We think that what sets us apart is we will go above and beyond for you to remember your trip so that you will talk about it years later and refer your family, friends, colleagues and counterparts to our neighborhood for transportation.

We pride our team on being punctual, up beat, fairly priced. We specialize in Gillette Stadium, Xfinity Center events, and as a medical vendor to transport cancer, dialysis and substance abuse clients, 24 hour service 365 days a year especially during what we call “The Desperate Hours,” which are usually between the hours of 3:00AM and 7:00AM. Above it all, we are down to earth, personable, professional and treat everyone like family.

Our partners include and are not limited to The Marriott brand of hotels, the Norwood Holiday Inn, emc2, Air Energy, the Sterling Middle School, MIT WizKidz.

So, what’s next? Any big plans?
Our future plans include branching out to other cities and locals. We have our eye on establishing other headquarters in Providence, RI and Chapel Hill, NC!

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All-Savants Photographs, All-Savants Transportation, All-Savants Enterprises. All rights reserved.

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