Marc Schreiber is truly an organic success story. Marc began his career at Propark America in 1995 as a valet attendant at Hartford Hospital, where he helped to implement an intercampus valet transportation and dispatch system to maximize operational efficiencies. As Marc began to branch out into other aspects of Hartford operations, he conceptualized and formed the Friendly Assistance Vehicle Program, which provided mobile lockout service, battery jumpstarts and tire inflations for guests. Marc became a member of Propark’s National Transition Team, and was an integral part of opening new properties and locations all over the country. Entire shuttle fleets were also procured for companies such as Google and Amazon, where Marc was also responsible for technology systems integration.
Over the years, Marc has been involved in numerous unique transportation programs. At the Charles Square Garage in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Marc spearheaded the “Garage Cab” program, which availed guests luxury transportation to destinations within Harvard Square in an authentic London Taxi. Speaking of taxis, at the Taxi Starter program in Stamford, Connecticut, Marc developed and enforced the queue process protocol, resulting in efficient mobility for town visitors. Reverse Commuter shuttle transportation programs were set up between Manhattan and Stamford under Schreiber’s guidance, while VIP transportation services in a luxury SUV were implemented at the Stamford Train Station, allowing for private transport to area office tower buildings. Marc was also responsible for flight crew transportation for Southwest and Jet Blue pilots at the Radisson Crowne Plaza in Hartford. Marc’s most recent success story involves the transportation component at Yale-New Haven Hospital, where Last Mile Shuttle Solutions receives resoundingly positive feedback from ridership.