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Six New Directors Elected to NLA Board

LCT Staff
Posted on January 7, 2009

MARLTON, N.J. – Six operators have been elected to serve the 2009 to 2012 term on the Board of Directors of the National Limousine Association: Robert Alexander (RMA Worldwide Chauffeured Transportation, Rockville, Md.) will represent the U.S. Southeast Region; Richard Azzolino (Gateway Limousines Worldwide, Burlingame, Calif.) will represent the U.S. West Region; Robert Boroday (Prime Network Ground Transportation, Miami, Fla.) also will represent the U.S. Southeast Region; David Eckstein (Valera Global, Long Island City, N.Y.) will represent the U.S. Northeast Region; George Jacobs (Windy City Limousine, Bensenville, Ill.) will assume an At Large seat; and Stuart Rothstein (Smart Cars, Inc., Chicago, Ill.) will represent the U.S. Central Region.

They will join the twelve sitting operator board members to compose the organization’s governance body of 18 voting-directors for 2009.

Source: NLA

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