GCLA Announces 2008 Board

Posted on February 20, 2008 by LCT Staff - Also by this author - About the author

LOS ANGELES — The Greater California Livery Association (GCLA) recently announced its 2008 Board of Directors. Each member is responsible for a major region throughout the state.

Officers: Alan Shanedling — President Fleetwood Limousine fleetwdlimo@yahoo.com

Jonna Sabroff — Vice President Integrated Transportation Services ITS jonna@itslimo.com

Mark Stewart — 2nd Vice President Blue Moon Limousines strcoach@pacbell.net

Jack Nissim — Treasurer AMS Pacific Limousines jack@amspacific.com

Scott Ruge — Secretary American Luxury Limousines scott.ruge@verizon.net

Board Members: Chris Quinn — Sacramento Region Corporate Transportation Solutions – CTS

David Lathbury — San Francisco Bay Region BostonCoach

Antoine Royster — Los Angeles Region Dream One Transportation

Mo Garnacki — Orange County Region Continental Limousines

Rich Azzolino — San Francisco Bay Region Gateway Limousines

Maurice Brewster — San Francisco Bay Region Mosaic Limousine Service

Robert Vaughan — Orange County Region Best Limousines and Transportation

Kevin Illingsworth — Orange County Region Classique Limousines

Ray White — San Diego Region Carey San Diego

Bill James — San Diego Region Topcat Limousines

John Ast — Vendor Director Transit Professional Insurance

Barabara Papp — Vendor Director Universal Limousine Distributors-Star Lincoln


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