platinum tours maui hosts etiquette training with ‘manners in momentum’

Platinum ToursPlatinum Tours Maui is Maui’s newest luxury transportation company featuring island tours and private charters including special events, weddings, shuttles and more.

Once you step onto one of their luxurious buses, your guests will know they are traveling in style. There is plenty of room to stretch out and make yourself comfortable. These buses were originally designed for maximum capacity seating but they have been redesigned to accommodate a much more comfortable cabin with the installation of custom-designed captain’s chairs, taking touring and transportation to a whole new level.

The fleet of three Ford E450s include 14 passenger seating with lap belts, wood effect flooring and a counter top bar, interior LED lighting, rooftop skylights, multiple TV screens with DVD player, USB and 100V power outlets as well as rear luggage and overhead storage compartments. Two Mercedes Sprinters include 10 passenger seating with lap belts, rear luggage storage and under seat compartments, mini arm rest refrigerators, bar accommodations with insulated ice buckets and accompanying glass wear, dimmer controlled lighting, LCD TV screens with DVD player, USB and 110V power outlets.

Your guests will also be treated with the best customer service after last month’s training that the company held for their entire staff.

Etiquette consultant Astania Caputo of Manners in Momentum traveled from the Big Island to help this new company raise the bar in customer service. Previously their drivers had been trained in cultural accuracy and history, this was another level of training with a two-day program on everything from the importance of etiquette and introductions to handshakes. Other topics included verbal and non-verbal cues, texting and email etiquette, and proper dressing, grooming and hygiene.

To learn more about Platinum Tours Maui please call 214-5517 or visit to view their stylish fleet of vehicles.

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