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Ryan’s Express Appoints New General Manager for Las Vegas Location

  • Published by Ozgur Tore

Ryan’s Express, a leading provider of ground transportation services in the Western United States, announced that Allison Raskansky has joined the company to further expand its business in Southern Nevada.

Allison-RaskanskyAllison Raskansky comes with a wealth of experience having spent the last 26 years in the travel and tourism industry where she has been instrumental in the development of prominent tourism transportation companies and world renowned destinations such as Grand Canyon West, home of the Skywalk.

Raskansky joins Ryan’s Express as the General Manager of the Las Vegas location, where she is responsible for the overall management and expansion of the business. Raskansky comments, “Travel and transportation are highly competitive industries that bring many challenges, but with Ryan’s Express’ high-quality fleet, professional service and respect in the industry, there are limitless possibilities for growth. I have always admired Ryan’s Express and am enthusiastic about becoming part of the team.”

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