In modern day society uniforms define so many things, from a businesses’ reputation, to a person’s religious beliefs. At I Love Meet and Greet we know uniform plays a vital role in building trust with customers and identifying workers as individuals who are associated with a company and its services.
According to www.chron.com, ‘First impressions lie at the heart of how other…!--more-->
By Sarah Anglim at 21 Mar 2014
The word airport conjures up many different connotations depending on the person. Some people will categorically not let themselves start enjoying their holiday until the dreaded ‘airport bit is out of the way’ while others love the whole experience.
Delays, queuing and overpriced merchandise is how many people sum up the experience, but in contrast others find it exciting an…!--more-->
By Sarah Anglim at 10 Mar 2014
Sometimes it seems like we Brits love nothing more than a good natter about the weather – which is just as well, as there’s certainly been a lot of it about lately! Libby Greenhalgh, professional Meteorologist, talks weather and her role with the British Sailing Team…
Fortunately for me, although weather is a passion of mine, I myself managed to esca…!--more-->
By Sarah Anglim at 4 Mar 2014
Whether we’re catching a flight to visit a location for just a night, week or even a year, we all take a bag. Over the years and since we have been providing meet and greet parking at Gatwick Airport, we have observantly watched luggage styles develop, including seeing the Louis Vuitton holdall be outrivaled by the Michael Kors travel tote and the classic leather travel bag be upstaged by the w…
By Sarah Anglim at 26 Feb 2014
Peter Hardy, one of the three editors of the ski information website Welove2ski and Ski Correspondent of Telegraph Travel, tells us about the season so far and how he gets to the airport on time.
Weather-wise, it’s been a funny old winter so far. But now the snow conditions have come right everywhere just in time for half-term.
So if you are heading for the Alps, the …!--more-->
By Stephen at 10 Feb 2014
It’s that time of the year again – the weather outside is frightful and the fire seems so delightful, as that oh so relatable song goes.
And yet, here in good old Blighty, we’re not so much letting it snow as letting it mildly drizzle, and a winter wonderland seems an age away. You’d be right in thinking it’s time for a holiday.
Don’t you just dream of it, a grand blan…!--more-->
By Sarah Anglim at 27 Jan 2014