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Virginia Operators Recognized For Association Excellence

LCT Staff
Posted on May 11, 2017
Sara Eastwood Richardson, Ty Bobit, NLA executive director Sarah Gazi, VLA President Paul Walsh, VLA executive director Philip Jagiela, and NLA President Gary Buffo. (LCT photo)
Sara Eastwood Richardson, Ty Bobit, NLA executive director Sarah Gazi, VLA President Paul Walsh, VLA executive director Philip Jagiela, and NLA President Gary Buffo. (LCT photo)

LAS VEGAS, Nev. --- Before the Operator of the Year Awards, National Limousine Association President Gary Buffo and executive director Sarah Gazi presented the first joint LCT-NLA Association Award of Excellence, which recognizes a state or local industry trade association for its membership, advocacy, and overall efforts on behalf of the chauffeured transportation industry.

This year’s winner is the Virginia Limousine Association (www.vla-limo.org): President Paul Walsh, leaders Andrea Saathoff, Ben Mercer, Glenn Stafford, Randy Allen, Jeff Shanker, and executive director Philip Jagiela.

Related Topics: honors and awards, ILCT 2017, LCT Association Award of Excellence, limo associations, Virginia Limousine Association, Virginia operators

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