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NLA Secretary Barbara Curtis Meets with Montana Operators

LCT Staff
Posted on March 21, 2007

HELENA, MONT. — Barbara Curtis, NLA secretary, took the time to meet with Montana limousine operators in Helena on March 5, for a first effort at organizing into an association. Barbara drove 1,700 miles and took three days away from her business to meet with the principals from Wild Horse Limousine based in Kalispell, Total Transportation based in Billings, Classic Limousine based in Bozeman, Montana Luxury Limousine based in Great Falls, and Queen City Limousines based in Helena. “She was a great encouragement to all of us and a wonderful resource regarding the benefits of a local association affiliated with the National Limousine Association,” said Marc Rold, owner of Wild Horse Limousine.

Montana is one of five states in the region that does not have an industry association. Currently there are 12 Public Service Commision authorized limousine operators in the state. Source: Wild Horse Limousine

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