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WEDDINGS Travel in style


Only one word can accurately describe the selection of both vintage style and contemporary cars at TLC - The Limo Company - breathtaking.


Travel in style on your wedding day in Ireland's only full-sized vintage limo in magenta red and old English white, which can comfortably carry seven passengers or perhaps the black and cream Regent with seating capacity for six passengers, the choice is all yours. Or why not choose the newest arrival - the stunning and exclusive Imperial Landalaut in two-tone silver, with room for seven passengers. All vintage style cars at TLC have convertible roofs which can be removed or replaced in seconds - perfect for the Irish climate.


For that 1930's feel why not choose the Beauford in pearlescent silver and midnight blue, adorned with chrome from a bygone era and room enough for four passengers.


If the contemporary look is more your style then look no further than the Chrysler 300C saloon.


If you really want to make


a statement then the sleek and elegant Chrysler 300C stretch limousine is for you. Also available are the magnifi cent Mercedes E-class in iridium silver and Jaguar S-type in harvest gold.





Big enough to matter, small


enough to care


TLC - The Limo Company can provide luxury limousine hire for weddings, debs, corporate events and any other occasion where you need to arrive in style.


The chauffeurs who work with TLC hold the new commission for Taxi Regulation exam certifi cate for improving standards within the industry. They are impeccably attired, professional and courteous


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For a very competitive quote, without any compromise on quality of car or service please contact Bernard on (086) 8303442 or Caroline on (087) 2027444 or check out our website www.thelimocompany.ie


as they have been working in the customer service industry for a long number of years. The cars are meticulously cared for and maintained by certifi ed technicians. They are safe and beautifully presented.





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