About Us

Prospect Limousine serves Central Connecticut and the surrounding areas with professional, reliable, and reasonably priced limousine and transportation services.
We are locally owned and provide superior customer service, well dressed and courteous drivers, and peace of mind for all of your corporate or leisure traveling needs.
Whether its special events, transportation to any of the Tri-State area airports, a special night out, or a wedding – call Prospect Limo and let us take care of the rest. 

As the owner of Prospect Limousine Service, LLC company, I, Roger Hamelin, feel strong about giving back to the community and to those who are in need. Since purchasing Prospect Limousine, I have joined with the NLA, Limousine Owners of Connecticut and NELA. I am willing to help with any industiy related tasks. I am on the LCT Editorial Advisory Board and have contributed to every survey sent from LCT and NLA. I have also contributed to many articles written in the LCT magazine. I am the liaison for “LOC.NELA and the ground transportation at Bradley International Airport located in Connecticut I attend meetings once a month and keep the NELA and other operators up to date with any changes that may impact the Limousine industry.

As owner of the Prospect Limousine Service, I have donated services to the Prospect Senior Center for different events. I have donated my vehicles to families from Prospect who have military members coming home from Iraq and Afghanistan. I am a veteran from the Connecticut Army National Guard being in service for 11 % yrs.

I have donated over $3,000.00 in seivices to the Waterbury Child Guidance Clinic who’s purpose is to help children from underprivileged families and children who are wards of the State. I have donated over $2,800.00 to the scholarship program for high school students presented by the Prospect Chamber of Commerce.

Prospect Limousine Service has also donated to the Prospect Fuel Fund, “Adopt a Family” during the holidays, and have started a scholarship fund for high school seniors. I also donate to the D.A.R.E. program from the Resident State Trooper’s Office.

When the limousine business went into a slowdown after I purchased it I went out and obtained a job driving a tour bus. I did this so that none of my drivers were let go. In June of 2004,1 was in a life changing accident while driving the tour bus. It was at this time that I lost my left leg. I was in the hospital, a nursing home and rehabilitation for nine months. I was released on a Friday, the veiy next day my wife, Wendy, and I were on a plane to Las Vegas for the LCT show. During this show I was awarded the LCT/NLA scholarship.

I have donated my vehicle for a detail clinic at the first LCT East Show. During the second show, I brought Wayne Blanchard to the New York area airports to hand out fliers about the 2nd LCT East Show.

I feel that when anyone who has a business in a Town, you should always try to give back to that Town and the people from which your business has thrived.