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New President of A.L.I.M.O. Focuses on Rebuilding

LCT Staff
Posted on October 25, 2001

Members of A.L.I.M.O., formerly the Limousine Association of Maryland, elected Sharon Brown as their new association president.

Brown previously served as association secretary for the last four years. She was urged to run for president by fellow association members when Gary Day, former association president, was ready to step down. Brown said her focus will be on rebuilding the association.

?A lot of companies have dropped off for some reason or another,? she said. ?I?m going to focus on membership and reuniting the organization.?

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