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Award for limousine company

PROUD PAIR: Cathy and Paul Erskine from Tic Tac Tours and Premier Limousines have been awarded a national achievement award in the bridal industry.
PROUD PAIR: Cathy and Paul Erskine from Tic Tac Tours and Premier Limousines have been awarded a national achievement award in the bridal industry.

FAMILY owned chauffer service Tic Tac Tours and Premier Limousines have been ranked in the top 11 wedding transport companies Australia wide after winning a national bridal industry award.

The Cornubia based company, which specialises in wedding car hire and bus transfers, won the Designer of Dreams award for their outstanding service during the past four years.

Each year, the winners are determined by the Australian Bridal Industry Academy (ABIA) which tallies up votes given by brides.

Owner Cathy Erskine said she was humbled and pleased to win this award.

"To receive this award is pretty amazing for a small company," Mrs Erskine said.

"Weddings are a fairly big part of our business, as well as our bus service."

The company owns a Daimler Majestic Major Limousine which has chauffeured Queen Elizabeth and Kylie Minogue.

In addition, the company also owns a classic 1928 Graham Paige Limousine and modern day stretch limousines.

Tic Tac Tours and Premier Limousines have also won the acclaimed ABIA award for best Wedding Transport Provider in QLD for the previous three years.

Mrs Erskine said her aim was to win the award for the next two years in a row.

"If we continue to be ranked number one in Queensland, we will be placed in the ABIA hall of fame," Mrs Erskine said.


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