A HEART FOR SPECIAL MOMENTS: A Canadian newspaper recently profiled an operator who enjoys his job because he gets to share in so many special occasions. THE CHAUFFEUR WHO LOVES HIS CUSTOMERS shows how the foundational market segment of the industry still endures. The wedding market is often the entry point for limousine companies. With the downturn of the last two years, many operators who went completely corporate/business during the industry's growth period are REDISCOVERING THE BLISS, as LCT reports in its December/January issue. -- M.R.
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