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LCT Magazine Names 2009 Operator of the Year Finalists

Posted on November 12, 2008 by LCT Staff - Also by this author - About the author

TORRANCE, Calif. — LCT has named 12 operators as finalists for the chauffeured transportation industry’s most prestigious business awards. Three finalists in each category will be scored by judges to see who will win the coveted 2009 LCT Operator of the Year Awards. The four winners — one from each vehicle category — will be announced Jan. 27, 2009 at the International LCT Show 2009 at the Venetian Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. Look for profiles of the finalists in the February 2009 issue of LCT Magazine, to be distributed at the Show.

The finalists are:

1-10 Vehicles Category

Showcase Limousine - Boise, Idaho - Christene Bennett

Leader Chauffeur Services - Kansas City, Mo. - Bruce Heinrich

Four Star Limousine - Salisbury, Mass. - Brion and Georgieanna Svenson

11-30 Vehicles Category

Corporate Transportation Solutions - Sacramento, Calif. - Christopher Quinn

Dynasty Limousine - Jacksonville, Fla. - Pierce Fleming

Silver Oak Limousine - Nashville, Tenn. - Bill Faeth

31-50 Vehicles Category

Best Transportation of St. Louis - St. Louis, Mo. - Kim J. Garner and Debbie L. Rudawsky

Premier Transportation - Dallas, Texas - Eric Devlin

Total Luxury Limousine Service - Vadnais Heights, Minn. - Dave Murray

51+ Vehicles Category

Leros Point to Point - Hawthorne, N.Y. - John Nyikos

International Limousine Service - Washington, D.C. - Richard Kane

Music Express - Los Angeles, Calif. - Cheryl Berkman

Source: LCT Magazine

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