Reston Limousine President & CEO Kristina Bouweiri Honored with Toyota Tribute to Working Women
Kristina Bouweiri, President and CEO of Reston Limousine based in the Dulles corridor of Loudoun County, Va., was recently honored with the Washington Area Toyota Dealers Tribute to Working Women award, co- hosted by ABC 7 WJLA-TV.
For the past 15 years, this prestigious tribute has selected a handful of working women from hundreds of applications from candidates who have demonstrated a commitment and dedication to improve the community where they live and work. Bouweiri, of Leesburg, Va., was one of seven women named this year by a distinguished panel of judges, including executives from the automotive, employment, broadcast, and publishing industries.
Bouweiri is an active board member with area organizations such as the Loudoun and Dulles Regional Chambers of Commerce. An advocate of philanthropy, especially those organizations dealing with children's causes, Reston Limousine annually provides more than $100,000 through gifts-in-kind to charities.
Reston Limousine and Travel Service is among the top 10 largest shuttle fleets in the country, and metropolitan Washington's largest provider of luxury transportation. With 130 vehicles, award-winning Reston Limousine serves the metro area from the Dulles corridor of Northern Virginia and Capitol Heights, MD. Offering high-quality transportation, experience, and a proven record for safety and service, the company also has a proud legacy of community involvement and philanthropic support. Revenues at Reston Limousine posted at $4.9 million in 2001, rising to $14.7 million last year.
PHOTO: Kristina Bouweiri is a 2009 winner of the 15th Washington Area Toyota Dealers Tribute to Working Women, co-hosted by ABC 7 WJLA-TV. In photo, Bouweiri (left) is congratulated by mistress of ceremonies and news anchor Alison Starling of ABC 7 News.
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