Former South Jersey Limousine Association (SJLA) president Jim Moseley and LCT senior editor Tom Mazza recently met with Philadelphia Mayor Ed Rendell to discuss airport issues. In a 40-minute private meeting, Moseley outlined a proposal that would give 120 priority parking spaces to sedans and limousines throughout the airport.
According to Fisher, operators across the country must think about diversifying their fleets. “You must be able to offer a client just about any ground transportation alternative,” he says.
It doesn’t seem as though the dust has settled from the March LCT Show in Las Vegas and we’re already getting calls and letters from operators around the world wanting to mark their calendars for next year’s event!
“We strive to continuously improve our standards. With that in mind, all of our employees go through The Ritz-Carlton, Palm Beach’ employee orientation, as well as an extensive in-house training program that includes pre-employment drug testing to ensure a safe work environment"
It was 1987 and the call came from National Limousine Association (NLA) board member Ken Avery from Miami. Would Smith come to San Francisco and meet with the NLAs board of directors to consider a position as executive director?
If your husband or wife is your partner, be sure to continuously remind them that your business partnership is always secondary to your life partnership.