Bandago Adds Two Locations in Florida

San Francisco-based Bandago announced Jan. 28 the addition of two new location openings for its customized passenger van rental service.

According to Bandago, demand for its services in Florida's major metropolitan areas has encouraged the company to open new offices in Miami and Orlando.

The Miami location is located one block east of Miami International Airport, and the Orlando location is one mile north of Orlando International Airport. These two offices join existing Bandago locations in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Portland, Chicago, Nashville and the New York City region.

“Florida has been at the top of our list for quite some time,” said Bandago CEO Sharky Laguana, “and not just because I now have an excuse to catch some killer waves on a different coast.” 

Laguana added, "Having a presence in the Southeast is an important component to the nationwide service we provide to our clients, many of whom are traveling throughout the country." 

Bandago specializes in servicing the music industry, but also serves the general public. Clients can rent 15-passenger vans as well as Mercedes-Benz Sprinter vans that have been heavily customized to meet the needs of touring musicians.

More on Bandago can be found at www.bandago.com


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