When Rose Chauffeured Transportation Ltd got its start in 1985, the company had three employees and served only the city of Charlotte. Going on three decades later, the company now has 80 employees and serves the entirety of the Carolinas. Founders H.A. and Andy Thompson attribute this run of success not to the country's rapidly increasing need for legroom, but to steadfast focus on four core tenets: punctuality, trained chauffeurs, new and clean vehicles, and timely responsiveness to every situation. The fleet has grown, too, and encompasses a full range of four-passenger executive sedans, six-passenger SUVs, and 13-passenger vans, as well as a pair of full coach buses that can accommodate parties of up to 57.
Pollard Camper Rental helps its customers explore the woods, lakes, parks, and mountains of Georgia and South Carolina with delivery, setup, and pickup of convenient campers. Each vehicle brings the comforts of home to the great outdoors, equipping campers with A/C, bathrooms, hot water, fridges, and a stove. Armed with a cozy shelter, clients can spend a weekend away from the world, without worries of drenched socks and clothing, cold baths, or mosquitoes scoping out the nearest patch of exposed skin each night.
Situated within the elegant DoubleTree Hotel, The Orchards Restaurant serves upscale American dishes to world travelers and Charlotte locals alike. Service kicks off in the early hours of the morning, when chefs begin whipping up three-egg omelets, belgian waffles, and country-fried steaks. As the day progresses, the chefs turn their attention to juicy burgers, crispy sandwiches, and fresh seafood specialties.
For more than 25 years, Park ‘N Go has safeguarded airport-bound travelers’ four-wheeled companions in a secure lot. After cars find their secure spot, staffers ferry customers to and from the airport terminal in a complimentary shuttle. If vehicles malfunction while clients are away, they even go through the trouble of inflating low tires, recharging engines with free battery jumps, or feeding the hamsters that make the wheels spin. They allow patrons to reserve their spaces online, as well as earn free parking via a Frequent Parker Program.