EuroStar Global Limousine unveils top range luxury Limosines for rental services in Ghana
Eurostar Global Limousine Limited, a global luxury car rental company, has unveiled a range of first-class luxury cars to provide world-class car rental services in Ghana.
Managers of the company say the range of luxurious cars were carefully selected to meet Ghana's reputation as the destination for global business and a beacon for peace and stability in Africa.
At a short ceremony to showcase the vehicles to journalists, the Group Chairman of Eurostar, Africa Operations, Mr. Oscar Yao Doe, said the company's desire was to make a bold statement that Ghana's story was not just one of hunger and deprivation and diseases but of enduring hope and vision and unparalleled hospitality.
The service, according to him, was to enhance Ghana's credentials as stable country governed by the rule of law and where businesses can thrive. It was also to boost the country's tourism potential.
They mainly do airport pickup and airport drop off for foreign dignitaries including foreign mission officials and officials of multinational organizations.
Mr. Doe said people who worked extremely hard deserved a pamper when they take time off to rest or when they undertake milestone ceremonial activities such as weddings, playing host to important guests and so on. “With this service, Ghana can host any VIP or any eminent personalities; they don't need to fly their own stately cars into Ghana when they visit the country,” he explained.
Apart from that, given that Ghana has become an attractive centre for global commercial activities, important business leaders flocking to the country to explore business opportunities ought to be given the assurance that they can get the royal treat they are used to.
“In Europe and America, people are used to this kind of service. When they see it; they know it; they know the value; and they want to associate with it. So we want to assure them that if they leave their countries and come to Ghana, we will give them a service equal to what they have back home,” Mr. Doe said.
He said the first of its kind on African soil, the Service would put Ghana on a better pedestal to play host to any major investment especially in the hospitality industry.
The Chairman of EuroStar Limos, who lobbied the investment into Africa, insisted the company's range of vehicles were not just to meet European and American taste; “we recognize that there are many Ghanaians who are working hard and deserve the exquisite experience of royalty and so we have vehicles for all categories of people.”
He said vehicles had on many occasions been made available to ordinary citizens, citing the royal treatment given to 10 best performing students of the St Paul Lutheran School in Accra who were, together with their teachers and parents, chauffeur-driven to the Movempick Ambassador Hotel for lunch.
“At our exhibitions, we allow ordinary people regardless of their social status to sit in our cars, test drive them, and take pictures because we believe it is frequently important to inspire people and give them reason to hope for a better day,” Mr Doe added.
Amongst the company's fleet of 36 luxury vehicles are: Rolls Royce Phantoms and Ghosts, Mercedes Benz S-Class, Bentleys, Maybachs, BMWs, Cardilac Escalades, Maseratis, and Limousines.
Mr Doe, who is also the Founder of Dorscar Travel & Tours, Doscar Group Holdings, Eurostar Global Limousine, Doscar Travel & Tours, Eurotour Ghana Limited, Eurotour Logistic & Protocol, Sarl Eurostar Limousine amongst others, believes providing satisfactory services to others defines him; “I provide service with joy, with passion, and with pleasure.”
The Managing Director of EuroStar Global Limousine Ltd., Mr Walid Zoobi, said in tandem with the company's desire to build a globally recognized African brand, it had opened a branch in Ivory Coast with plans to expand to other African countries in the not too distant future.
He said the company provided the state with some of its vehicles for use during the burial of the late President John Atta Mills.
“For us, it was an extraordinary honour and a privilege to be in position to play that role and we are very excited about it,” he said.
Mr Zoobi expressed confidence that Ghanaians would? his company's services worthy of the price because they are obviously the leaders in the market.
Journalists who toured the West Airport yard (adjacent The Elizabeth) of Eurostar Global Limousine Limited were overawed by the luxury on display and many took photographs – probably rare memorable ones – unceasingly.