Boston Personal Concierge Company Launches New Service for Busy People

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Good Neighbor Concierge, a personal concierge, lifestyle management, and personal assistant service, is pleased to announce its new service to assist busy individuals and families with their day-to-day personal tasks.

Good Neighbor Concierge was launched recently to offer personal concierge services to individuals, working professionals, and families in the Greater Boston area. The company was created to help assist busy people with managing the tasks of daily living and to increase their free time to enjoy the things in life that matter most: family, friends, and more importantly, themselves.

According to Susan C. Ho, owner and founder of Good Neighbor Concierge, delegating time-consuming personal tasks to a concierge will help people focus time on other life priorities. Some of the many services the company offers include house sitting, premium travel and tour packages, errands, shopping and gift wrapping, family care, party planning, restaurant reservations, and more. Good Neighbor Concierge offers one-on-one consultations for clients to discuss their personal needs and any service can be customized when requested.

The popularity of concierge services is due to the fact that modern society has become increasingly fast-paced and on-the-go. Increasing demands placed at work and home are leaving people exhausted, overworked, and in need of balance. Time-crunched people who live and work in large urban communities such as Boston and New York can greatly benefit from the personal services of an independent concierge. A concierge can help alleviate the stress of managing a lengthy to-do list and he/she can help people regain their gift of time.

Good Neighbor Concierge takes great pride in providing outstanding customer service. Honest hard work, integrity, and a genuine commitment to client satisfaction are guiding principles by which they do business. Fully insured and bonded, the company is pleased to bring this new service to busy individuals and families who live and work in the Greater Boston area.


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