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Luxury Inverness car hire firm wins national prize at the Confetti Awards


By Val Sweeney

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Amy Mathieson (left) receives the award from Eleanora Vanello, of event organisers Paramount Creative and MC Des Clarke.
Amy Mathieson (left) receives the award from Eleanora Vanello, of event organisers Paramount Creative and MC Des Clarke.

A FLEDGING Inverness luxury car hire firm whose customers have included Arabian royalty has won the title of best wedding transporter in Scotland.

D & E Prestige, launched 19 months ago, was named winner at the Confetti Awards held in Glasgow.

Amy Nicholson started the business after she enquired about booking a car for her wedding and discovered the nearest Rolls Royce for hire was in Stirling.

Based in Lotland Street, she started with a Rolls Royce Phantom and has since acquired a BMW Series 7 Extra Long, a Range Rover Vogue and new seven-seater V Class Mercedes.

“It’s a pleasant shock to win the Scottish title the very first time we entered but I’m now looking to celebrate by adding a second Rolls to our fleet later this year,” said Ms Nicholson who is also office manager of D & E Coaches, started by parents Donald and Elizabeth Mathieson.

As well as wedding couples, D & E Prestige has transported members of an Arabian Royal Family from the airport to their shooting estate and VIPs visiting the Talisker Distillery on Skye.



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