Operations

LANJ Annual Auction Generates Big Support

Tom Halligan
Posted on May 16, 2014

WEST ORANGE, N.J. — The Limousine Associations of New Jersey (LANJ) held its annual membership meeting and auction, raising $15,775 to fund various association initiatives that serve the interest of operators throughout the Garden State.

The auction — which included several items donated by LCT Publisher Sara Eastwood-McLean — is a highlight of the annual event attended by more than 75 members and industry supplier sponsors. This year’s sponsors were Ford Lincoln/Ford Motor Company, Chosen Payments, Grech Motors, and Complete Fleet/Maplecrest.

During the event, Tim Rose received a plaque acknowledging his successful 14-years as president of LANJ. Rose, owner of Flyte Tyme Limousine, stepped down in January ceding presidency to Vice President Jim Moseley, owner of TripTracker.

Commenting on her first meeting back in the industry as the newly appointed executive director of LANJ, Patricia Nelson said, “I felt like I never left and it’s a great feeling to see so many people turn out for the event and supporting LANJ and raising more than $15,000.”

Nelson retired as executive director of the National Limousine Association in November 2012.

 — Tom Halligan, LCT East Coast editor

Related Topics: honors and awards, Jim Moseley, LANJ, limo associations, New Jersey operators, Patricia Nelson, Tim Rose

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