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2006 NLA Board of Directors Elected

Posted on January 18, 2006 by LCT Staff - Also by this author - About the author

MARLTON, N.J. — Two operator members have been elected for the first time and four operator members have been re- elected for second terms to fill the six vacant seats on the 2006 National Limousine Association (NLA) board of directors. The two new directors are Julie Herring, Julie’s Limousines in Clearwater, Fla. – Southeast Region, and Stephen Qua II, Company Car & Limousine in Cleveland, Ohio – Central Region.

The four assuming their second three-year directorships are Gary Bauer, Bauer’s Limousine & Transportation Service in San Francisco, Calif. – West Region; Carla Boroday, Associated Limousine Service in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. – Southeast Region; Diane Forgy, Overland Limousine Service in Shawnee Mission, Kan. – At Large; and Michael Renehan, Allaire Limousine Service in Farmingdale, N.J. – Northeast Region. In addition, three others ran for three contested regional seats on the 2006 board, namely: Robert Alexander, RMA Worldwide Chauffeured Transportation in Rockville, Md. – Southeast Region; Maurice Brewster, Rollz Royce Limousine Service in Palo Alto, Calif. – West Region; and Michael Dunne, ETS Global Chauffeured Services, Ltd. in Austin, Texas – Central Region. The At Large and Northeast Region contests were unopposed this year.

Source: NLA

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