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Business Travel News Announces Correction to Article

LCT Staff
Posted on June 12, 2008

Business Travel News has added the following text to the online version of its article “2008 Business Travel Survey: Chauffeured Services' Fuel Rises, Demand Eases,” which was presented in yesterday’s Driving Force:

EmpireCLS has been working with manufacturers to replace some vehicles in its fleet with such hybrid models as the Mercedes R-Class biodiesel vehicle. "We started purchasing those in place of the Lincoln Town Car," said David Seelinger, chairman and CEO of EmpireCLS.

Correction: A previous version of this story incorrectly attributed a quote by EmpireCLS and chairman and CEO David Seelinger to Carey International president and CEO Gary Kessler. BTN regrets the error.

Source: Business Travel News

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