James Limousine was founded in 1992 by Jim Garrison to fulfill the need for a superior transportation and luxury limousine service in Richmond. Jim quickly built the business into the largest and most successful limousine company in the area up until his tragic death in October of 2001, when he and his wife Kim lost their lives while scuba diving off the coast of Belize.

After their death, the Bottom family carried on Jim’s tradition of excellence, growing the company to record levels. Then, in 2007, Randy Allen, Lynn Allen, and Tom Henry became the third generation of owners. With a strong background in corporate management, technology, and business travel, the new owners immediately set a goal of making James Limousine the preeminent chauffeured transportation provider in Central Virginia for all occasions. This has been accomplished primarily by bringing an unequaled level of professionalism to all areas of the company. Today, owners Randy Allen, Lynn Allen, Benjamin Mercer and Hope Newcomb are more than ever, we remain Driven to Serve.

Amazing Tacky Light Tour with Robert Brown

I just want to drop you a note about our AMAZING experience last night with James Limousine and our driver Robert Brown.

He arrived early, actually before we got there and was ready to go as soon as our entire party arrived. He was dressed in...

The Ranallo Family & the McGuire Family – Fantastic Tacky Light Tour

The only word that I can think of, which comes close to describing our experience last night was fantastic! My wife and I, my son and his new bride and my daughter's family, went on the Tacky Light Tour last night. First and...

Hannah DeFrank – Squirrels Baseball

Amanda, I cannot thank you enough for everything you did to make this week a huge success for the entire city of Richmond! We've gotten nothing but kind words from executives, players, sponsors, and fans. You handled all the curve balls we threw...

Dean Porter Andrews – Principal, Easton & Porter Group LLC

I just wanted to pass along that I was truly impressed with Daryl -- he was engaging and thoughtful. Wonderful conversation -- and I normally don't particularly engage! You have a true winner!