Finch’s Black Car Service

My dear friend, Andre, recently launched his own business:  Finch’s Black Car Service.  He wears the number 21 to pay homage to his late brother, Memphis basketball legacy Larry Finch.  With a combined 38 years in the hospitality and transportation industries, Andre understands firsthand the importance of safe, reliable, and pleasant chauffeuring.  Finch’s Black Car Service is available for doctor’s appointments, taking children to school, grocery pickup, general errands, tours of the city, and delivery to transit hubs.

Andre Finch

Andre Finch

Andre believes trust and pricing distinguish his business from the competition. Many of his clients are in the public eye and demand confidentiality.  Andre guarantees a discreet experience for all passengers and this expectation of privacy cements the trust level.

Stressing that his business is deeply rooted in faith, Andre utilizes a ‘pay what you are able’ approach.  No riders are refused because of inability to afford standard fares.  His revenues in gratuity and regular clientele allow him to sustain this endeavor.  Such a service minded philosophy is few and far between in contemporary society.

Because of the premium placed on discretion he won’t divulge specifics regarding those who ride in his slate blue 2006 Cadillac SRX six passenger vehicle.  I can tell you satisfied clients include Katy Perry’s flight crew, jazz great Wynton Marsalis, Bobby Brown, the bands New Edition and The Afters; and golf master Phil Mickelson.

Contact Andre for all of your transportation needs at (901)283-9101.  Be sure to check out Finch’s Black Car Service on Facebook.  I refuse to Uber, Lyft, or cab around the city but I never hesitate to call Andre.  Support this local businessman– and personal friend– and his strong ties to Memphis.

With infinite love, gratitude, and respect,

Sloane

 

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