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Virginia Limousine Association Promoting Teen Safety

LCT Staff
Posted on April 23, 2008

RICHMOND, Va. — The Virginia Limousine Association (VLA) will sponsor a Prom Pledge Parade of Limousines in downtown Richmond as part of the cooperative efforts of the VLA and several state agencies to promote teen safety during this prom and high school graduation season. Each limousine company will utilize their VLA Prom Promise to not allow the illegal use of alcohol, drugs, or tobacco in any of their vehicles during Prom and Graduation season. Member companies also require parents and teens to sign a Prom Pledge before renting a limousine.

Paul Walsh, president of the VLA, is using the parade to stress to the public the VLA's commitment to and advocacy of zero tolerance for alcohol, tobacco and drug use while using the transportation services of VLA members. The VLA's objective is to create and promote a stronger relationship and understanding between legal limousine company owners, DMV, other government agencies, and the public, and to work toward the betterment of the limousine industry. The VLA is also a member of the NLA. Membership currently consists of 38 limousine companies throughout Virginia.

Source: Virginia Limousine Association

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