TRANSPROTECTION: One of LCT's first Canadian OOY finalists was profiled recently in the Calgary Herald, a newspaper in Calgary, Alberta where Transprotection Security Services is based. Owner Judy McBride, pictured here with LCT Publisher Sara Eastwood, ranked among three finalists for the first-ever Canadian Operator of the Year Award that was announced at the LCT Canada Conference July 20-21 in Toronto. The OOY award went to Global Alliance of Toronto, owned by Joe Ironi, with McBride and Craig McKutcheon of Rosedale Livery Ltd. of Toronto as finalists.
One minor correction: The article incorrectly mentions that McBride was chosen among 100 entries; there actually were about 100 ATTENDEES at the conference, but the three finalists were chosen from a much smaller pool of actual Canadian ENTRIES to the OOY Awards.
Congratulations to Judy McBride and her unique, high-end chauffeured transportation concept.
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