A Few Photos from LCT Canada

Posted on July 24, 2008 by LCT Staff - Also by this author

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           
Ed and Kyara Kahakauwila of LA Limousines spoke on panels and mingled with other operators. Special thanks to Kyara who sat in on the LCT Canada planning committee and did a lot to make this happen.





Demetrios Orphanos of Legacy Limousines and his wife Hana enjoyed the opening night reception at the Toronto Hilton.





The crowd enjoyed the singer during the opening night reception who belted out songs without drowning out conversations.





Mark Lam of Skyline Limousine Toronto and Marcus Rosen of Hamilton Limo; Marcus was another active member of the planning committee who did a great job on panel discussions.




Richard Kane, president of the National Limousine Association, encouraged Canadian operators to join the organization, which has been expanding its activities globally.





Joe Ironi of Global Alliance accepts the Canadian Operator of the Year award and thanks the crowd and the LCT staff for the recognition. The LCT team thanked him for all his participation in planning the event and speaking on panels.





Another award nominee: Craig McCutcheon, Rosedale Livery with LCT Publisher Sara Eastwood; Craig was also very involved in setting up the event and participating in panels.





And another nominee: Judy McBride, TransProtection, poses with Publisher Sara Eastwood.





And the LCT editorial team enjoyed making it all the way to Toronto: Managing Editor Jon LeSage, Editor Martin Romjue, and Contributing Editor Jim Luff.






Marcus Rosen participated in a panel discussion on working weddings along with Sonia Gonzalez, One of a Kind Weddings and Events, and Shelley DaSilva, Wedding Vows.

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