Faced with investigations two months after a fatal accident, the TNC plans to regroup its venture for another day and place.
The LCT Street Team is a collection of operators and industry players who have volunteered to help spread word about the show through social media. The Street Team will be using the official show hashtag #lcteast, and will start letting the limo community know about some of the seminars and networking events at the show over the next few weeks.
Once there, the team will share pictures, photos, and tags of people and events going on at the show that attendees, especially new ones, should know about.
Here’s a quick intro for the 2015 LCT-NLA Show East Street Team:
Gregg Moulton has been in the business for six years starting SuperShuttle and ExecuCar in Orlando in 2009. In late 2014 he decided to start his own company which launched January 2015. Orlando Select has 11 vehicles ranging from sedans to executive vans. Moulton is currently the VP of GOLA (Greater Orlando Limousine Association) and a member of WFLA, FLA, and NLA.
Tyler Scarborough is the Business Development Manager for Network Limousines. This is his first LCT show and Street Team experience. Network Limousines has been in business for five years in Tampa Bay Florida, and has a diversified fleet of new/ newer vehicles, ranging from sedans to executive xoach buses. He is looking forward to meeting everyone and furthering his knowledge of this industry.
Mary Smith has 18 years experience in the limo Industry. She has worn many hats in her time but has found Affiliate relations to be her passion. Smith is the operations manager at White Knight of St. Louis, Mo. White Knight has been in business for 25 years and is excited to have her on board to run their newest branch in St. Louis.
Look for more news on the Street Team in the coming weeks leading up to the show.
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