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Corporate Car & Coach Wins Prestigious Affiliate Award

Tom Halligan
Posted on August 27, 2014
BOSTON Corporate Car & Coach  of St. Paul, Minn., recently was named Dav El / BostonCoach “2014 BostonCoach U.S. Partner of the Year.” The company received the award because of its “true affiliate partnership” going above and beyond to provide quality service.

"I am extremely proud to accept the award on behalf of my team,” said company owner and CEO, Gina Brennan. “The award is an honor and it took the professionalism and dedication of our entire team to be recognized for the quality of service we provide to all of our clients and affiliates around the world.”

Brennan is also  involved in her industry and community.  She is vice president of the Minnesota Chauffeured Transportation Association, and the director of fundraising for Executive Women International Minneapolis.  In addition, Brennan is a member of the National Limousine Association, Meeting Planners International, and the Society of Human Resource Management. In 2010, Gina was recognized as a leader in customer service by BostonCoach.

Brennan’s professional background includes ownership and experience in real estate development, the software industry, human resources, and corporate meeting and event planning for the Mayo Clinic. When she’s not striving for excellence in the transportation industry, she can be found networking around Rochester and Minneapolis/St. Paul or relaxing at the lake with her husband and family.

Related Topics: affiliate networks, BostonCoach, Dav El Chauffeured Transportation, honors and awards, MINNESOTA, Minnesota Chauffeured Transportation Association, Minnesota operators, National Limousine Association

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