Cardel Global and Edward Limousines combine resources to boost their complementary service offerings.
TORRANCE, Calif. — Join the provocative and offbeat industry forum called LimoCentric. Yes, the blog does get a bit dicey and strange, but what better place to express views and post comments?
Veteran operator Jim Luff and limo diva Linda Moore draw upon years of industry experience and connections to talk about the issues that concern operators the most. As for LCT editor Martin Romjue — well, let’s just say he’s the crazy uncle at the Thanksgiving dinner table.
Here’s a sampler of questions and commentary from this week:
You’ll find some ruffled feathers on the latest post about whether operators slam clients with too many fees and add-on charges.
And what’s really happening out there on the prom front? For weeks, local newspapers nationwide have been reporting down-in-the-dumps prom spending, yet a handful of articles are saying it’s not so bad. See a sample here of an article. What’s happening in your operations and area?
Finally don’t miss LCT contributing editor Jim Luff’s commentaries. He knows how to get to the nub of an issue, and he takes no prisoners with his banter. Jim can pick you apart in a New York minute. For this week’s online column, Click Here.
Industry groups are meeting with airport officials to determine present and future curbside access for luxury ground transportation.
Put 2019 LCT East, 2020 ILCT, and 2020 LCT Show Europe onto your calendars.
eNews Exclusive: California operator Meryl Kelso has never shied away from being herself — something clients notice and appreciate.
A New York state operator is helping people make the right decisions when choosing a transportation provider.
The Central Florida Livery Association had productive and informative Feburary and March meetings that led to improvements.
The amount is a fraction of what could have been required and its business model of independent contractors stays intact.
eNews Exclusive: Erica Bugbee says the success of what you do lies in who you work with.
Not since the retirement of the Lincoln Town Car have operators seen this much movement toward new luxury models.
MARCH LCT: The regulatory noose is tightening in documenting your driving time, driver hours, and trip data.
MARCH LCT: In this pricier insurance market, operators need to do more homework to find the best premiums and deductibles.
MARCH LCT Profit Motives: How to get the most out of your ILCT Show experience, before, during, and after.
MARCH LCT Editor's Edge: Politicians too often overreact when trying to resolve straightforward issues.
MARCH LCT: Mistakes happen, and the more information you can get out of them, the more your company will improve.
MARCH LCT: Depending on the kinds of clients you deal with, being able to access the Internet on their mobile devices could be vital — and increase your revenue.
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