The biggest fleets are featured in this issue. Some will say that the biggest are not necessarily the best. Because of that, we are including the best. Listed below are all of LCT's Operator of the Year winners, chosen not for size of operation, but for quality of operation, innovation, and community service.
LCT asked the top 75 chauffeured transportation operators what they might change about the industry (if they could).
Respected as a leader in limousine sales and distribution, Bruce Cirlin retraces his 27-year trek to the top
All the major coachbuilders were present, showing off their newest models. They were surrounded by an array of suppliers that covered everything that attendees may need, from insurance to heated car seats. Some notable vendors received awards as well.
Almost 62% of the operators in the 1997 Top 50 Fleets reported fleet increases from 1996.
A standard of excellence is created that winners are committed to uphold
Four female livery operators relate tales of breaking into a traditionally male-dominated industry
Operators, Chauffeurs, Industry Achievement recognized at Atlantic City L&C Awards Banquet.
Industry views vehicles and confronts issues
Joe and Barbara Pastelak discovered a limousine service for sale in 1976. The company had been idle for several months. The “business” had neither customers nor employees to offer. The only assets were three older Cadillac formal limousines. But Joe and Barbara sensed an opportunity ...