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Philadelphia Association Holds Annual “Limo by Santa” Event

LCT Staff
Posted on December 5, 2007

PHILADELPHIA — The Philadelphia Regional Limousine Association (PRLA) will hold its 5th annual “Limo by Santa” event on Dec. 11, 2007.

“We were able to acquire a contact at St. Christopher Hospital for Children to perpetuate our desire to bring some cheer to the young people who are hospitalized,” said Phil Jagiela, PRLA president.

The association is requesting its members and anyone else who would like to participate to donate and deliver unwrapped toys to hospital children from the ages of three months to teenage.

The association will have the assistance of the Philadelphia Parking Authority (PPA) for escort service to this event.

“It has been brought to my attention that one of their enforcement officers was so touched by our event, he has solicited gifts from PPA employees to add to this year’s event,” said Jagiela.

The PRLA will be staging its group of limousines at PPA Headquarters —

2415 S Swanson Street Philadelphia, PA 19148

Attendees should plan to gather by 12:00pm with a departure time of 12:45pm that will proceed up Delaware Avenue to Market Street, around City Hall to Broad Street to Front and Erie Streets. PLEASE RSVP as soon as possible to [email protected] or [email protected]

SOURCE: Philadelphia Regional Limousine Association

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