|TMS Florida Presence Highlighted in February|
March 15th, 2012
TMS provided transportation for the NBA All-Star Game, NAHB’s International Builders Show, the Progressive Miami International Boat Show, as well as the 26.2 with Donna where, combined, they successfully moved over 250,000 people throughout the Sunshine state last month.
During the NBA All-Star Game, TMS secured over 130 vehicles per day in Orlando, making this event the seventh straight TMS transportation operation for the All-Star Game. Within 45 minutes post-event, the curb around the AMWAY Center was empty and all NBA invited guests were back to their hotels. The company efficiently managed their transportation services while other large events, such as the Daytona 500, significantly impacted the normal traffic patterns.
Since 2005, TMS has managed transportation for the International Builders Show, six of those eight times in Orlando. This year, the company transported attendees from the Orange County Convention Center to over 30 Orlando hotels, building on their Florida resume and expanding their pool of experienced local contractors.
TMS moved 45,000 attendees for the Progressive Miami International Boat Show over a five day period. The company effectively operated this show despite construction on the main route as well as the need to find alternative parking lots and routes during the Miami Heat game and the Premio Lo Nuestro Awards Show.
In Jacksonville, the 26.2 with Donna marathon required TMS to transport over 10,000 runners, volunteers and spectators. The company managed three hotel shuttles as well as two Park and Ride lots.
About Transportation Management Services, (TMS)
Since 1995, Transportation Management Services, Inc. (“TMS”) has helped over 1,000 clients successfully move over 34 million passengers across the country and around the world. TMS remains a company that is dedicated to providing the highest level of service for their clients. TMS has experience in planning for and managing event transportation with unique insight into related functional areas.
Their transportation management projects range from conventions and tradeshows to large sporting and special events, managing vehicle requirements anywhere from 10 to 750 vehicles. It includes project planning expertise, experience in detailed operational planning, as well as expertise in variable demand. A key strength of TMS is to remain flexible in the face of changing demands while maintaining high quality customer service.