Gotham Dream Cars Makes Inc. Top 500 Fastest Growing Private Companies List

Gotham Dream Cars (GDC), New York and Miami's “ultra-exotic” car rental company and membership car club, was ranked number 275 on Inc.’s annual list of the Top 500 Fastest Growing Private Companies in America, featured in the magazine’s September 2008 issue.

“We are very pleased to be included in Inc.’s Top 500 fastest growing companies,” said Noah Lehmann-Haupt, Founder and CEO of Gotham Dream Cars. “The company was founded out of our own desire to find a trustworthy business to rent a real super car. Our goal is to build a national business that offers a professional and comprehensive product that caters to the needs of those who want to drive the cars of their dreams.”

The magazine also ranks GDC as number 15 on their list of the Top 100 Retail Companies and as number 21 on the Top 100 Businesses in New York/Northern New Jersey/Long Island.

The 27th annual Top 500 list of the Fastest Growing Private Companies in America is ranked according to percentage revenue growth from 2004 through 2007, and all businesses have to be U.S.-based, privately held, for profit, and independent. For the complete list, visit inc.com.

For more information on Gotham Dream Cars call 877.2.GOTHAM or visit gothamdreamcars.com.

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