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  by Richard Sagala, Butler / Bentley/ Rolls-Royce Chauffeur Maybe it was the right-hand side steering wheel, but I remember to this day how fiendishly difficult parking maneuvers were in Crewe at the Bentley/ Roll-Royce Chauffeur School of Instruction in 2001. As soon as we would maneuver and park the Rolls in a tight spot,
by Richard Sagala, Butler / Bentley/ Rolls-Royce Chauffeur   Fall of 2001, while getting Bentley/ Rolls-Royce Chauffeur training in Crewe, we had to past a test of driving faster and faster a Bentley Turbo especially equipped with a pneumatic system designed to trigger a lost of control of the car that was remotely controlled by
  “A special occasion fully mature champagne for who craves depth, the wine surprises by its power” by Richard Sagala When we think of a Blanc de Blanc Champagne style, we learn in Soms school that those Chardonnay based wines should usually be more refined, with more of a light touch on the palate than
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IMBA FIRST THREE FUNCTIONS IN BC APRIL 23-26 The International Montreal Butler Academy, IMBA, just got its first contract in Okanagan British Columbia consisting of three functions, three wine and food paired dinners and three curated tastings for BC vineyards owners attending the 2017 Wine Leaders Forum.
In the 2017 March 25th Saturday online edition of Business Insider, an article caught the attention of the International Montreal Butler Academy: New Jersey’s most expensive home is back on the market for $48.8 million — take a look inside. The article starts with: “The Stone Mansion, a 30,000-square-foot property located on the former Frick Estate
Keeping your Rolls-Royce spotless, Tip no. 3 by Richard Sagala Butler/ Rolls-Royce Certified Chauffeur Only the finest hides find their way in a RR interior. The leather upholstery should be wiped over occasionally with a cloth damped in warm water. For more obstinate marks, the application of Connolly’s leather cleaner will usually suffice. An occasional
Keeping your Rolls-Royce spotless, Tip no. 2: by Richard Sagala Butler/ Rolls-Royce Certified Chauffeur No chrome polish on the car! The shining metal on a Rolls-Royce is polished steel and should be cleaned with a stainless steel compound. No chrome polish on a Rolls-Royce. While cleaning, adopt Sir Henry Royce quotation as your mantra: “Strive
Keeping your Rolls-Royce spotless, Tip no. 1: by Richard Sagala Butler/ Rolls-Royce Certified Chauffeur A Roller has a distinct (and famous) radiator grille. Once the car is cleaned up, the chauffer will apply Johnson’s Baby Oil to the grille with a small paint brush in order to avoid insects sticking to it. Or, as Sir

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