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Twin Cities Senior Concierge

Twin Cities Senior Concierge

(651) 238-4353

Twin Cities Senior Concierge

5 years in business
2411 Pleasant Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55404-3250
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BBB File Opened: 12/17/2013
Business Started: 09/12/2012
Business Started Locally: 09/12/2012
Business Management
  • Principal: Bob Moore, Owner
Contact Information
  • Principal: Bob Moore, Owner
Business Category
  • Elderly/Senior Specialty Services
Service Area
We operate throughout the South West metro, but are licensed for the whole state of Minnesota.
Licensing, Bonding or Registration
This business is in an industry that may require professional licensing, bonding or registration. BBB encourages you to check with the appropriate agency to be certain any requirements are currently being met.
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According to the information provided by Twin Cities Senior Concierge, this company offers a service providing all the non ambulatory transportation needs for you or your loved ones. Our service helps you to maintain your independence, by not having to depend on friends or family for your transportation needs. Our commitment is to build our business one customer at a time. TCSC provides personal transportation with the attention a taxi or Metro Mobility cannot or will not. TCSC runs errands and assists in non-medical services. TCSC is owner operated which ensures the highest level of professionalism. Our goal is to establish a long term relationship with you, allowing you safe and reliable transportation for as long as you choose. TCSC is licensed and insured for your security and peace of mind. Unlike our competitors we have no hourly minimum, as well as monthly packages and group rates available.

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Twin Cities Senior Concierge


Twin Cities Senior Concierge

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