NLA EXPERTISE: An operator and board member of the National Limousine Association managed to stay compeitive on New Year's Eve despite the recession. Deena Papagni, owner of a limousine company near Fresno, Calif., was quoted in this article:
EXCERPT: Deena Papagni, the President of Touch of Class Limousine Services says she is staying competitive by offering customers the same rates from 10 years ago and it's working. "You just can't sit in your house just because we are in a recession," said Papagni. "Everything looks fantastic," said Papagni, "our whole fleet is booked with the exception of one limousine and one corporate Sedan. But, other than that our bus is booked, our super-stretch SUVs are booked."
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