Blogs and websites matter now more than ever, and this has become clear in the chauffeured transportation industry. Just take a look at In the Left Lane, a social networking blog site created by the Silent Dispatch team. It's also a good place to follow industry events, visit links to other useful websites, and especially to follow the latest in technology trends and products that can improve your operations. Plus, you can learn more about the people who visit and post on In the Left Lane, and see their photos. And there's a link to a LimoLicious post and a comment from Michael Goodman of Silent Dispatch commenting on our link to the LA Time's story on Chris Hundely of The Limousine Connection celebrating 30 years in the industry. Yes, blogs and websites and links are a very good thing. Go visit and think about posting feedback and linking up.
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