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Reston Limousine CEO Honored With Business Achievement Award

Posted on September 5, 2007 by LCT Staff - Also by this author - About the author

DULLES, Va. — Reston Limousine and its president/CEO Kristina Bouweiri, recently captured a major business achievement honor for entrepreneurial success and operational growth.

Washington SmartCEO magazine celebrated the achievements of 25 metropolitan women business leaders last month during its first annual Bravo! Business Achievement Awards. Bouweiri was among those honored for her ability to “overcome obstacles, financially outperform competitors, demonstrate leadership, benefit her community, and have an inspiring story to tell.”

In addition to doubling her company's revenue in two years and providing services for numerous local charities and non-profits, Bouweiri's career path is one that may help others understand that hard work and determination do have rewards.

Bouweiri oversees the operations and day-to-day management of the business, while her husband, William, the company's founder, cares for the couple's four children, managing their schedules and their home.

As a leader in the business community, an advocate for pro-business policies, and a philanthropic supporter, Bouweiri is also actively involved in a number of local organizations, including the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce, Committee for Dulles, Dulles Regional, Reston and Fairfax Chambers, the Loudoun Convention and Visitors Association, and numerous trade organizations.

The company has donated more than $150,000 in funds and gifts-in-kind within the Washington metropolitan area.

Source: Reston Limousine

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