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LCT Hosts L.A. Forum

LCT staff
Posted on January 1, 1989

Approximately 200 operators and others interested in the limousine industry attended the Los Angeles Limousine & Chauffeur Forum at the Hyatt Hotel, October 24th.

Representatives of the Cadillac and Lincoln divisions began the forum with discussion on the manufacturers’ future plans.

Attendees were treated to a buffet luncheon courtesy of Krystal Koach, Inc. of Anaheim, CA. During the luncheon, State Assemblyman Richard Katz spoke to attendees about the growing gridlock problem facing the state.

Other speakers at the daylong event included Richard Rosenberg of the law firm Ballard, Rosenberg and Golper, who discussed employee termination.

A panel discussion involving various industry members finished the Forum. Each panel member discussed industry concerns in his or her area and various methods of solving problems.

The Los Angeles Limousine & Chauffeur Forum was presented by Limousine & Chauffeur Magazine in cooperation with the Limousine Owners Association of California.

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