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Maryland Limousine Association To Hold Mega Membership Drive

Posted on March 4, 2009 by LCT Staff - Also by this author - About the author

FORESTVILLE, Md. — The Maryland Limousine Association is inviting vendors and suppliers to the industry to participate in its Mega Membership Drive on Sunday, March 22, 2009 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The event will be held at LSA Corporate Car, 8723 Darcy Road, Forestville, Maryland. The association will not be charging vendors to set up a table but asks only for a donation to the association and a door prize. Additionally, out of state operators are also invited to attend as a means of meeting Maryland operators and networking at this event.

Tom Mazza will be the guest speaker during the day’s events discussing, “How to be a World Class Chauffeur,” and “Success Strategies for your Limousine Business.” Dave Knock from RMA will present a talk on “the sales driven owner,” and Mike Ballard from Hire Quality Limousine will facilitate an association summit.

Representatives from the Bureau of Substance Abuse will speak on Prom Season. Complete Fleet Management and Car Care will be presented by vendor members, Mike Mallet and Whitsome Fowler. Bryan Johnson and Ben Cook will present a talk entitled “Confused about Insurance.” “Web Design and Email Marketing” will be presented by Thom Dupper. The MLA expects more than 100 industry member at this exciting event.

For more information visit, www.Marylandlimoassociation.com or call Joanna Fridinger at (410) 663-7000.

Source: Linda Moore, LCT Magazine

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