The 2nd Annual Association Award of Excellence recognizes the efforts of the leading state and regional associations
It’s that time again, when Limousine & Chauffeured Transportation Magazine recognizes the limousine industry’s elite performers. The 1998 LCT Show is here, and this is the forum where the industry recognizes the very best limousine operators in the land.
Do you want to own a bigger limousine service in 1998? Do it by taking a hard look at every single thing you do and start doing it better! Ask yourself the following questions:
“I love cars — especially the classics,” says Keaton. “When I saw this car, I knew I wanted to be in the business.”
Corelli began as a limousine operator in 1980 when the livery industry was in its infancy.
Minimal distance to vehicles, low permit costs, a willingness to work with local associations, and an effort to eliminate gypsy operators makes for livery friendly operations
Carey’s 1997 acquisition of Manhattan International vaults New York City fleet to 460 vehicles
Almost 62% of the operators in the 1997 Top 50 Fleets reported fleet increases from 1996.
George Jacobs, owner of American Limousine in Burr Ridge, IL, has acquired Hinsdale Limousine, a Chicago-area company with revenues exceeding $4 million annually.