DAY ON THE HILL: Eli Darland, owner of Seattle-based Rare Form Limousine, offers THIS EXCERPT on Tuesday's event, the annual industry lobbying effort on Capitol Hill. Darland, whose 4-vehicle company was featured in the October 2008 issue of LCT Magazine, is one limo entrepreneur who really "GETS IT": He blogs, maintains an innovative website, participates in the industry, offers creative package deals, equips his limos with high end entertainment-systems, and builds on his connections as a former night club promoter. He also actively engaged with speakers at the 2008 LCT Leadership Summit in Miami Beach. That's called leading by example. -- M.R.
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