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BRAVO, Barry: Industry Advocate Begins Serving On Panel

LCT Staff
Posted on May 18, 2011

Veteran limousine lobbyist Barry Lefkowitz, a longtime supporter and friend of chauffeured transportation operators nationwide, gets recent coverage on Phillyburbs.com, a web site for Philadelphia-area news.

LUMBERTON, N.J. — Barry Lefkowitz, the executive director of the LIMOUSINE ASSOCIATIONS OF NEW JERSEY and a former lobbyist for the NATIONAL LIMOUSINE ASSOCIATION, starts his service on the New Jersey Passenger Transportation Advisory Council next month.

Lefkowitz, 66, a Lumberton resident who has run a lobbying and consulting firm since 1980, was picked by Raymond Martinez, the Commissioner of the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission last month for the prestigious advisory position.

LEFKOWITZ COMMISSION ARTICLE HERE offers additional details of his appointment that were not yet available for the April 27 LCT E-NEWS ARTICLE ON LEFKOWITZ PANEL APPOINTMENT.

Source: Phillyburbs.com

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