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Country Club Celebrates 56 Years In Business

LCT Staff
Posted on November 1, 1994
Anthony Traina, president of Country Club Limousine, and nephew of its founder, Peter Petralia

Anthony Traina, president of Country Club Limousine, and nephew of its founder, Peter Petralia

Anthony Traina, president of Country Club Limousine, and nephew of its founder, Peter Petralia, who founded the company 56 years ago has seen his business grow from a limousine service for funerals to an operation that caters to all aspects of the limousine industry.

Pictured (l to r) are Frank Marchese, Joe Lando, second generation family members of Country Club Limousine, Anthony Traina (standing), and Tony DeSalvo, a chauffeur who has been with the company for 25 years.
Pictured (l to r) are Frank Marchese, Joe Lando, second generation family members of Country Club Limousine, Anthony Traina (standing), and Tony DeSalvo, a chauffeur who has been with the company for 25 years.

When my family started this business back in 1938 with one 1938 Lasalle, little did they realize that their legacy would still be around over 56 years later,” says Anthony Traina, president of Country Club Limousine. With a fleet of limousines and sedans servicing the funeral, wedding and corporate industry. Country Club bears the name of the area from which its founder lived and its present owners were born, raised, and still live.

What began as a limousine service for funerals, grew into Club Limousine of today, an operation that caters to all aspects of the limousine industry,” says Traina.

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