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Limos.com Up For Big Biz Travel Award

Posted on June 29, 2011
Limos.com founders and executives T.J. Clark and Doug Anderson are finalists for a prestigious innovation award at the Global Business Travel Association convention in August.

Limos.com founders and executives T.J. Clark and Doug Anderson are finalists for a prestigious innovation award at the Global Business Travel Association convention in August.

Limos.com founders and executives T.J. Clark and Doug Anderson are finalists for a prestigious innovation award at the Global Business Travel Association convention in August.
Limos.com founders and executives T.J. Clark and Doug Anderson are finalists for a prestigious innovation award at the Global Business Travel Association convention in August.

SAN FRANCISCO -- Limos.com, the leading provider of online business leads for the chauffeured transportation industry woldwide, is a finalist for the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) and Wall Street Journal Business Travel Innovations of the Year Competition.

Until July 15, individual business travelers will vote online for their favorite innovations in seven different categories.  There will be seven category winners, and the innovation garnering the most votes will be named GBTA’s 2011 People’s Choice Business Traveler Innovation of the Year.  The People’s Choice winner will receive an award on stage at a GBTA general session in front of 4,000-plus industry professionals.  

The competition has an on-site phase at the world’s largest gathering of business travel professionals, the GBTA Convention. The on-site competition is open to all nominated companies. Nominated companies can showcase their products on the show floor, and present their product to a panel of industry expert judges. Based on participating companies, judges will designate the 2011 Judges’ Choice Business Traveler Innovation of the Year.

Source: Limos.com

Related Topics: business travel, Doug Anderson, GBTA, Limos.com, online reservations, online services

Comments ( 1 )
  •  | about 7 years ago

    To bad limos.com isn't operator friendly management is one of few words when confronted. Are they worried to speak their mind or are they just yellow?

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