— Tuesday October 4th, 2016
It started off as a simple idea, developed into a vision, and today is one of the most popular luxury and exotic car rental companies in the country. Of course the success did not happen overnight. In 2013, mph club burst on to the scene with an all white fleet of some of the worlds most prestigious automobiles known to man. In a booming industry where many tried and many failed, we did one thing different and that was drawing up a marketing strategy and executed it to a T. Not only that, but we offer the latest model vehicles as well as an exceptional white glove around the clock service through our online platform and app.
Many questioned the concept as to “how can you get enough people to rent these exotics to turn a profit”? Our answer was short and sweet “if you build it they will come”. After a few successful transactions the positive reviews started to pop up on the Internet, the buzz started to spread and referrals were pouring in. As the demand grew so did our fleet, starting with the Mercedes Benz’ all the way to the Ferrari’s, Lamborghini’s and Rolls Royce’s Etc… expanding our services across the country and opening up new locations with strategic partners was inevitable.
By mid 2016 we launched our Fontainebleau Hotel location. Having the opportunity to provide hotel guests with luxury vehicles is just another way for us to offer our services with convenience. This October will mark our 3 year anniversary, and what more can we say except that it has been a hell of a ride, and we would like to thank our dedicated team and our loyal guests and followers from all over the world for their support through out the years. Thank you for always choosing mph club and we look forward to growing with you all for years to come. For the millions out there that are not familiar with mph club please take a min and follow us across vast social media accounts that we post on a daily basis of the latest and greatest we have to offer. Thank you again and always remember you deserve what you reserve, and not “something similar”.