Phoenix, Ariz. — The Driver Provider recently announced the acquisition of Jackson Hole, Wyoming-based Alltrans, the largest operation in the Cowboy State. Alltrans was formerly operated by President John Pearson for the last two decades, who left the industry to pursue another venture.
Founded in 1973, Alltrans has operated in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and Salt Lake City, Utah, for more than 40 years. Services include the Jackson Hole Airport Shuttle, Targhee Express, Gray Line National Park Tours, Yellowstone Winter Shuttle, Mountain States Express, Alltrans Park Shuttle, and Alltrans Charters. Jackson Hole is the gateway to the popular Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks, featuring some of the country’s top skiing destinations.
Jason Kaplan, owner and president of The Driver Provider, says that this acquisition provides the company a full range of offerings including transportation to and from Salt Lake City as well as convenient service to Utah cities Star Valley, Kemmerer, Cokeville, Evanston, and Park City. Park City, Utah, is best known as the home of the Sundance Film Festival, an annual event where dozens of independent filmmakers showcase their movies to a mass audience. It is one of the largest independent movie festivals in the world, often with an attendance that reaches over 40,000 people.
With the addition of Alltrans, The Driver Provider now has 130 vehicles ranging from sedans to full-size motorcoaches.
Originally published on January 27, 2015, at http://www.chauffeurdriven.com/