Dear GCLA Members,
Yesterday the GCLA posted an article on CNN Website opposing the proposed legislation by Senator John Kerry (D-Ma) (S463). That proposed legislation is threatening millions of travel-related jobs in the major US Cities. The GCLA article was posted by in an effort to support MPI, NBTA, US Chamber of Commerce, TLPA, LA INC (CVB), US Travel Association(s).
To those who have taken the time to view the article “Senator Kerry (D-Ma) Proposes Legislation That Could Cripple US Economy.” Here is THE LINK. I want to thank you. To make the news cycle, any posting must have many hits and comments. The GCLA is requesting each and every member to take a few minutes out of your busy day to go to this link and post a comment. It doesn’t have to be profound. It can be a brief as “Nuts” to quote the elegant General George Patton.
We have our businesses and our jobs at stake. The entire US economy is imperiled. You have time, make the time. This is important.
Today, the GCLA is going to try to get comments on any of the blogs/CNN/Fox News, television and radio shows. Listed below is a sample which was sent to firstname.lastname@example.org this morning. The subject/title is ”Where’s the Outrage?”
To all GCLA members, if you have not commented, please take the time to do so. If you are not a GCLA member, please post your comments on THIS LINK.
Please join the GCLA in letting the media know what you think by going to every blog, news outlet to express your opinion. You are a citizen of this country and have a right to protect your job, business, city, state and the US economy.
Jonna Sabroff, VP & Legislative Chairman
Alan Shanedling President
Greater California Livery Association (GCLA)
Representing 5,000 limousine companies in California
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