Mears Transportation Honors Veterans with Free Transport

Jun 27, 2013, 12:27 ET from Mears Transportation

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ORLANDO, Fla., June 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Mears Transportation Group recently announced a partnership agreement with The Honor Flight Network to provide transportation to and from Orlando International Airport free of charge to those veterans needing wheelchair assisted transportation for their honor trips.

The Honor Flight Network is a non-profit organization created to honor America's Veterans, by arranging travel to Washington, DC to visit war and service memorials free of charge.

To show their appreciation, Mears Transportation agreed to partner with The Honor Flight Network in Orlando, FL by donating transportation to those veterans needing wheelchair assisted transportation to and from the Orlando International Airport and the greater Central Florida area at no charge.

"Providing this important service at no charge is the least we could do to honor the service and sacrifice these veterans have made to our country", said Roger Chapin, Executive Vice President for Mears. "It is a special opportunity for us and we applaud The Honor Flight Network for their mission and giving us the privilege of providing this important service."

Mears Transportation, founded in 1939, provides taxi, shuttle, luxury and bus service in Orlando.  In addition, Mears offers luxury car service in any city or airport in the world, including New York, Boston, San Francisco, Dallas or Atlanta. Luxury car service can be booked directly from

Mears Transportation is one of the largest private transportation providers in the country and has grown successfully by exceeding customer expectations and providing fast, convenient and dependable transportation services. 

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SOURCE Mears Transportation