Steve Edelmann, sales director, Royale Limousine Manufacturers, Haverhill, Mass., showed off a new Lincoln MKT stretch.
COSTA MESA, Calif. — The red carpet was rolled and the latest vehicles in the limo industry lined up for the Greater California Livery Association’s (GCLA) Expo and Show on Sept. 25. The annual event was held at the Promenade and Garden venue in Costa Mesa, and featured vehicles of the latest makes, models, and styles. Operators from throughout the state came to network and enjoy the festivities.
A raffle was held, with contestants taking their chances on an oversized dice roll with a grand prize of $10,000, and live music played throughout the night while attendees mingled and enjoyed the food stations.
Vendor booths and next generation chauffeured vehicles were on display for operators to talk to dealers and get updates on the latest features and amenities. Keynote speaker Sara Eastwood-McLean promoted LCT Show East and explained the benefits of joining with the National Limousine Association.
You can see a GCLA PHOTO GALLERY HERE, and for more information about the GLCA, go to www.gcla.org.
Don't forget to check out the latest news on LCT Show East, Oct. 27-29, in Atlantic City, N.J., and the National Limousine Assocation at www.limo.org.