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Local man realizes dream; establishes taxi service

FPS staff report

Jim's Taxi Service
NEED A RIDE? Jim Strawder, owner of Jim’s Taxi Service, is prepared to open the door on his taxi vehicle for riders in Carroll and the five adjacent counties.

A Carrollton man is fulfilling a dream with his new business venture.

Jim Strawder, a lifelong resident of Carroll County, says he always wanted to have his own taxi service and recently started Jim’s Taxi Service.

“It’s been a dream of mine for a long time,” he said, “and now I have the opportunity to do it. I feel there is a need for taxi service in the evenings and on the weekends, when the public transit is not in operation. Also, some people would rather travel in a vehicle than in a bus.”

Strawder is offering taxi service to residents in Carroll and the five adjacent counties for a flat rate fee plus mileage. He is available seven days a week from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. and after hours if prior arrangements are made.

For details on the service or to arrange for service, contact Strawder at 330-205-4226.


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