See the NLA consumer website, which is called NLAride.com, for prom and wedding tips that you can pass along to your customers verbally and/or in your print or online client communications. Two sets of prom tips – one for teens, one for parents – are posted. In addition to recommendations for choosing service providers, it offers a search engine for identifying limousine operators – NLA members only – around the world.
The NLA is organizing a a communications program to support operator "green" programs. The goals are to broadcast what the industry is doing to be environmentally responsible, and help livery companies and suppliers find ways to proactively "green" their organizations. The NLA started by surveying members on their environmental practices, and received many replies. The NLA is taking this data and questions asked by members to inform members and the public about NLA's goals on this important issue.
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