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California Limo Group Selects New Officers For 2014

Posted on January 7, 2014

Congratulations to Rich Azzolino, the newly elected President of the Greater California Livery Association.
Congratulations to Rich Azzolino, the newly elected President of the Greater California Livery Association.

LOS ANGELES — Rich Azzolino, a veteran San Francisco operator and board director of the National Limousine Association, was elected president of the Greater California Livery Association during a board meeting Tuesday in Los Angeles.

Azzolino, who served in 2013 as 1st vice president of the GCLA, succeeds Mark Stewart, an Orange County operator who led the GCLA for the last three years to its highest levels of membership, fund-raising and industry involvement.

Azzolino is an executive at Gateway Limousines Worldwide in Burlingame. He also serves as the first vice president of the National Limousine Association. He was first elected to the NLA board in 2009 as West Region representative and re-elected to a second three-year term in 2012.

Other officers chosen by the GCLA board of directors Tuesday:

  • 1st Vice President: Kevin Illingworth, owner of Classique Limousine Worldwide of Orange and an NLA board director representing the West Region, first elected in 2013.
  • 2nd Vice President: John Raftery, 2nd Vice President, of Executive Limousine & Coach in Ventura.
  • Treasurer: Jack Nissim, operations director of ITS, Los Angeles.
  • Secretary: Anne Daniells, Torrey Pines Transportation, San Diego.

The GCLA’s first meeting of 2014 will he held Tuesday, Feb. 11 in San Francisco. The GCLA is considered the largest and most active industry association outside of the NLA with more than 310 members, as of December 2013.

LCT related article: GCLA President Mark Stewart Signs Off On A Stellar Stint

— Martin Romjue, LCT editor

Rich Azzolino (center) helps run Gateway Limousines Worldwide with father-son team Sam and Joel Amato. The company has been around since the late 1970s.
Rich Azzolino (center) helps run Gateway Limousines Worldwide with father-son team Sam and Joel Amato. The company has been around since the late 1970s.
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