February 1, 2009
Enjoi Transportation Wins Mobility Management Contract in Michigan

Enjoi Transportation announced today that the Detroit Department of Transportation (DDOT) has designated Enjoi Transportation as its Pilot Program Manager. Following a competitive bid process, Enjoi was selected for its experience, quality assurance programs and cost savings.
President and CEO, Paulette Hamilton said, “Mobility management is an innovative approach to managing and delivering coordinated transportation services to clients, including older adults, people with disabilities, and individuals with lower incomes. We are excited to serve as the pilot program Manager. We will begin operations on March 1, 2009.”

December 1, 2007
Enjoi Transportation to provide Medicaid transportation for Pro-Care Health Plan enrollees

Beginning January 1, 2008, Enjoi Transportation will begin providing medical transportation to Pro-Care Health Plan’s (PCHP) approximately 1,000 enrollees residing in Wayne County Michigan. Pro-Care Health Plan is a Michigan Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) and is the only 100% African-American, physician owned HMO in the State of Michigan.

August 1, 2007
Enjoi Transportation secures multi-year contract to provide Transportation Quality Assurance services for URS Corporation

Enjoi Transportation has received a multi-year contract to begin September 1, 2007, from URS Corporation to ensure the quality of ADA Paratransit Service by participating fully in the development, planning and implementation of methods for monitoring the Paratransit Service Program. Enjoi will be responsible for establishing and keeping a record system that documents all quality control actions and recommendations and oversees the receipt of complaints, investigations, and resolution of complaints and analyzes situations that may impact the service.

URS is one of the largest, global, fully integrated engineering, construction and technical services firms with the capabilities to support the full project life cycle. URS offers professional planning, design, environmental, construction, program and construction management, operations and maintenance, management and a wide range of specialized technical services. They provide services for transportation, power, industrial infrastructure and process, environmental and nuclear management, facilities, water/wastewater, mining, and defense and security programs.

January 1, 2007
Enjoi Transportation to provide patient transportation, lab courier, and physician sedan services for Karmanos Cancer Institute

Beginning February 1, 2007 Enjoi Transportation will begin providing patient transportation, lab courier, and physician sedan services for Karmanos Cancer Institute. “We are thrilled about this new opportunity for our company,” said Enjoi’s Vice President of Business Development. “We will offer a fresh new approach to the services that are currently being offered”.

Backed by state-of-the-science cancer research conducted right here in Detroit, Karmanos is the only hospital that focuses solely on cancer in Michigan. Teams of cancer experts diagnose patients with world-class precision and compassionate care. Karmanos is designated by the National Cancer Institute as among the very best cancer centers in the United States. It is the preferred hospital for cancer care in southeast Michigan according to the 2007 Cancer Treatment Preference Profile Survey, conducted by the National Research Corporation.

November 1, 2006
Enjoi Transportation wins competitive bid to provide Transportation Service for Detroit Public Library (DPL)

Enjoi Transportation has been selected to provide transportation service for the Detroit Public Library’s Grandparents Upgrade Program, which is an intergenerational program designed to provide an opportunity for grandparents to connect with their grandchildren in a unique learning environment, where a series of structured computer instruction classes, literacy and life skills programs and activities are provided. "This is a very exciting project for Enjoi and we are looking forward to assisting grandparents in the City of Detroit connect with their grandchildren through this dynamic program," said Paulette Hamilton, founder and CEO of Enjoi Transportation. Enjoi will begin providing services on December 1, 2006.

August 1, 2006
Enjoi Transportation selected as winner of 2006 Chicago MED Week Regional Service Firm of the Year Award

On September 8, 2006 Enjoi Transportation will be honored by the Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) along with the Minority Enterprise Development Council of Chicago at the 24th Annual Chicago Minority Enterprise Development (MED) Week at the Hyatt Regency in Chicago, IL. Enjoi Transportation was selected the 2006 Chicago MED Week Regional Service Firm of the Year from a large group of excellent nominees. "It is an honor just to be nominated amongst so many great companies from Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, etc." stated Enjoi CEO Paulette Hamilton. "To be selected the winner is a feeling that I have not yet been able to put into words."

July 25, 2006
Enjoi VP speaks to students at the Detroit Entrepreneurship Institute; makes donation

On July 24, 2006 Enjoi Transportation Vice President Gregory Lynn spoke to graduating students at the Detroit Entrepreneurship Institute (DEI). "The participants thoroughly enjoyed Mr. Lynn's presentation and are so encouraged by the success of Enjoi Transportation", stated DEI Senior Director Shawntay Dixon. Mr. Lynn encouraged DEI students to "think outside of the box" and not to let the "fear of failure" stop them from following their dreams. After his speech, Mr. Lynn presented DEI with a $500.00 contribution from Enjoi Transportation, which will be used to support DEI's Permanency Campaign.

DEI ( is a non-profit organization that has been assisting with business and economic development since 1990. It's mission is to provide entrepreneurship and economic assistance to individuals in Southeast Michigan with barriers to accessing resources in order to enhance their economic condition and that of their community.

June 20, 2006
Enjoi Transportation to provide Medicaid transportation for Great Lakes Health Plan enrollees

Beginning July 1, 2006, Enjoi Transportation will begin providing medical transportation to Great Lakes Health Plan (GLHP) enrollees residing in Wayne County Michigan. Great Lakes Health Plan is a Michigan Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) that has over 100,000 Medicaid enrollees. Great Lakes is the second Michigan HMO that Enjoi will be providing Medicaid transportation for.

May 19, 2006

Enjoi Transportation is proud to announce that it has signed an agreement to manage and operate shuttle transportation services at Detroit Metropolitan Airport, located in Romulus Michigan. Under the terms of the agreement, Enjoi will operate shuttles, which will run every 10-20 minutes, to transport passengers and airport employees between parking lots and airport buildings. Shuttle service will be provided 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, 365 days per year. "This is a momentous occasion for Enjoi Transportation", stated Enjoi VP of Business Development Gregory Lynn. "We are excited to have an opportunity to deliver high quality shuttle services to one of the country's busiest airports and to add more jobs to Michigan's struggling economy." Approximately 15,000 people travel through Detroit Metropolitan Airport daily.

May 10, 2006

Enjoi Transportation is gladly participating in this year's Motor City Make-Over, the City of Detroit's annual cleanup and beautification effort. "Community service is very important to Enjoi Transportation and is a way to say 'thanks' to the citizens of Detroit for allowing us to serve them and for providing all of our employees with jobs as a means to support ourselves and our loved ones," stated Enjoi CEO Paulette Hamilton. "Volunteer work such as participating in the Motor City Make-Over is small token of appreciation to a city that has given so much to us over the five years that we have been in business."

April 20, 2006

Enjoi Transportation announced plans today to donate used vehicles to local charities in support of Michigan's Work First program. "The biggest problem for the working poor, who are called upon to work to obtain government assistance, often is just getting from home to work", stated Enjoi CEO Paulette Hamilton. "The lack of transportation is a major force that continually pulls them back into poverty." Responding to a recent University of Michigan study that identified the lack of transportation as the number one barrier to employment, Enjoi will donate used vehicles from its fleet to local charities, who will provide them to Work First participants.

"We want to do everything we can to grow Michigan", stated Ms. Hamilton. "In order to grow Michigan we have to put people to work. In order to put people to work, they must have access where the jobs are--whether the job is in the inner city or the suburbs. People must be able to get there."

Enjoi Transportation is a Michigan-based non-emergency transportation company that coordinates transportation services for health maintenance organizations (HMO's), government agencies, long-term care facilities and also for elderly, disabled, and low-income individuals.

Dec. 1, 2005
Enjoi Transportation honored by the MMBDC

Enjoi Transportation is proud to announce that it has been selected to receive the 2005 Outstanding Performance Award by the Michigan Minority Business Development Center in recognition of superior performance and extraordinary strides towards business expansion in the industry of service. During the ceremonial commendation, MMBDC Director Ronald Frederick stated, "We are extremely proud to have Enjoi as one of our members... they are true trailblazers and a shining example in the Detroit business community". During her acceptance speech, Enjoi CEO Paulette Hamilton stated, "This is truly a blessing. As soon as I leave here I'm going to call up all of our customers and clients and thank them for all of their support, because they are the reason that we are standing here before you today accepting this prestigous award...without them there would be no us."

Sept. 1, 2005
Enjoi Transportation Selected as Provider for Detroit VAMC

The Detroit Veteran's Affairs Medical Center has awarded a contract to Enjoi Transportation to provide medical transportation services for Veterans residing in the Detroit Metropolitan area. "We are extremely excited about this new partnership with DVAMC. Our team is committed to extending the quality service that the Detroit Metropolitan community and surrounding areas have come to trust and depend on to our new clients," said Gregory Lynn, Enjoi's Vice President of Business Development.

Enjoi's experience and reputation as a company that is highly responsive to the needs of its clients and customers, were among the reasons why Enjoi Transportation was selected for the contract.

July 12, 2005

Enjoi Transportation will donate its transportation services to members of the Pioneers for Peace organization on Tuesday, July 19th and Wednesday, July 20th. The Pioneers for Peace members will be speaking to at-risk teenage inmates at the Wayne County Juvenile Detention Center in Detroit, MI about the consequences of violence. "We are very happy to be able to offer our services to the Pioneers and the people they work so hard to serve," said Paulette Hamilton, founder and CEO of Enjoi Transportation. "A core part of our mission is serving the needs of disadvantaged citizens, which includes at-risk youth, so this donation is a logical way to further support the communities in which we live and work."

The Pioneers for Peace program is an innovative violence prentention and awareness program. Developed by the Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan in 1996, the program is sponsored in part by the United Way Community Services. The goal of the program is three-fold, to increase awareness about the impact of violence and ways to reduce its incidents among at risk youth. Pioneers for Peace members are all survivors of violence who have sustained a spinal cord injury, brain injury, or another type of traumatic injury that resulted in a permanent disability. Each member views her or his disability not as a tragedy but rather as an opportunity to make a difference by becoming an advocate for violence prevention. For more information, visit

January 10, 2005

Enjoi Transportation signed a five-year sub-contract to operate the ADA Paratransit call center for the Detroit Department of Transportation's (DDOT) MetroLift program. Detroit MetroLift services the same routes as regular DDOT buses; the smaller Detroit MetroLift paratransit vehicles travel up to three-quarters of a mile off the fixed route to provide more direct, curb-to curb pickup and delivery to the destination. This service is considered a "safety net" or complement to regular bus service for persons whose disabilities warrant eligibility for paratransit service. Under the terms of the agreement, Enjoi Transportation will be responsible for performing trip reservation and trip scheduling duties. Enjoi founder and CEO Paulette Hamilton stated, "We are pleased to have the opportunity to work with DDOT and its contractor ATC/Vancom. We look forward to providing the disabled citizens of the City of Detroit with the highest quality of customer service". MetroLift schedules approximately 1,000 trips per day.

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Detroit MI 48202
PH. 313+758+1000
FX. 313+758+1001