Addison Lee takes home three awards at the 2016 professional driver awards
Addison Lee wins Gold as Private Hire Company of the Year
Addison Lee also wins a Gold Award for Environmental Sustainability and a Silver for its Rebranding Campaign
London, UK 25 November 2016: Addison Lee, Europe’s largest car service, scooped three awards last night at the Professional Driver Quality, Safety and Innovations Awards 2016.
Addison Lee was voted Private Hire Company of the Year in the largest (81+ vehicles) category, winning gold. Addison Lee were also recognised with another gold award in the environmental category for outstanding efforts to manage and mitigate its environmental impact.
Operating in a more commercially competitive environment than ever before, Addison Lee’s marketing campaigns were awarded silver in recognition of a well-executed rebranding and positioning of the business in the premium end of the market.
Andy Boland, CEO, Addison Lee says: “We are very proud to be recognised as the private hire company of the year by the Pro Driver awards. We are committed to raising awareness of environmental sustainability in our industry and these accolades are a credit to the efforts of all of our team and drivers to provide an outstanding level of service for our customer.”
For more information please contact:
Alessandra Bell (Media Zoo) 020 7384 6980 / 07592 411763
Joseph Wade (Media Zoo) 020 7384 6980 / 07758 074 576
About the Professional Driver Quality Safety and Innovation Awards 2016:
Professional Driver is a leading trade press publication in the chauffeur and private hire industry. Now in its third year the QSi awards have again highlighted the very best that the Private hire, taxi and chauffeur sector has to offer. The Professional Driver Awards have a simple aim—to bring together the best of the UK private hire and chauffeur sector for a night of celebration. Over the course of the evening, we revealed the companies, cars and drivers that we judged to be the best in the business.
Further details here: http://www.prodrivermags.com/qsi-home
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